Animal tests are expensive and time consuming, and their relevance is often questioned by stakeholders on one side or the other, leading to disputes over which chemicals represent a real threat.
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EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson is ushering in a new era of openness, so says the EPA. The agency will henceforth disallow the shielding of disquieting test data on known chemicals behind the cloak of "confidential business information."
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