Researchers warn against EU ban on animal testing

The European citizens’ initiative “Save Cruelty Free Cosmetics – Commit to a Europe Without Animal Testing” made it with 1.2 million signatures: the Commission and Parliament must deal with it. But while the demand for a tightening of the ban on animal testing for cosmetics or chemicals is hardly controversial, the demand for a gradual general abolition of animal testing is causing a stir in the scientific community, which fears that the Commission will change its position.

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