Alan M. Goldberg
Some might ask whether the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT) is still necessary. The testing issue is no longer in the news, because many of the early challenges have been so successfully met. New testing schemes have been developed and most companies sitting around this table now market products without animal testing. As a result, public concern about this issue is at its lowest level in years. The role of alternatives has become so well-recognised that the US, European and international regulatory communities themselves are in the business of validating alternative tests.
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