PETA Director Spearheads Major Science Journal on Animal-Free Testing

A special issue of the prestigious journal Applied In Vitro Toxicology—with Dr. Amy Clippinger, director of PETA’s Regulatory Testing Department and the PETA International Science Consortium Ltd., at the helm as guest editor—covers the scientific advances being made to replace animals in inhalation testing with more effective, non-animal methods.

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