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Guess Which Companies Are Leading the Way in Non-Animal Tests

The future of science: Archaic and unreliable animal experiments are being replaced with superior in vitro tests. The post Guess Which Companies Are Leading the Way in Non-Animal Tests appeared first on PETA.
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