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The last day of retiring director Linda Birnbaum was celebrated with music, tributes, and — not to be left out — data.
Topics ranged from balancing risk and alternatives assessments to economics and sharing information with affected communities.
Advancing new nonanimal testing technologies will require guidance from regulators on best uses.
Experts on health effects research of botanical dietary supplements will field questions from the public on social media.
The annual meeting of the North Carolina Society of Toxicology focused on how the interplay of those factors can affect humans.
That interconnection — called One Health — was the focus of a recent conference in Durham, North Carolina.
Workshop considers key activities needed to predict acute toxicity, NIEHS providing funding to develop in vitro models, and EPA council achieves cost and animal savings for required testing.
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