The FDA now has the option to approve drugs that are tested in only non-animal studies
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) no longer requires new drugs to be tested in animals before being approved. This is thanks to a law passed in December 2022. FDA Modernization Act 2.0 authorizes the use of certain alternatives to animal testing, including cell-based assays and computer models, to obtain an exemption from the Food and Drug Administration to investigate the safety and effectiveness of a drug. Read more.
Published March 8, 2023 by Toronto Caribbean
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