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US EPA Commits to Dramatically Reduce Animal Testing

September 13, 2019

The US EPA has committed to dramatically reducing animal testing with a commitment for total elimination by the year 2035.

IIVS is proud to have played a part in the move to reduce animal testing, starting with the successful development, and acceptance, of the non-animal eye-irritation defined approach, which was developed by an industry and regulatory consortium led by IIVS’ CEO Rodger D. Curren, Ph.D.

IIVS looks forward to continuing its collaboration with stakeholders to help the agency achieve its goals.

Read the EPA Press Release.