Philip Morris International and British American Tobacco Win PETA Award For 3R's work

News   Feb 09, 2017 | Original Story From British American Tobacco

 
Philip Morris International and British American Tobacco Win PETA Award For 3R's work
 
 
 

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Lucy Post | Feb 09, 2017

Bravo! This AOP Wiki will not only help spare animals from painful tests, it will advance toxicology testing, by revealing WHY any given chemical is toxic to humans.


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