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Argument: The Food and Drug Administration approves of animal testing in the case of cosmetics

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-*[http://wiki.idebate.org/index.php/Debate:Animal_testing Debate:Animal Experimentation]+*[[Debate: Animal testing]]
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*[http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-205.html Animal Testing, CFSAN/Office of Cosmetics and Colors, US Food and Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition,Revised May 3, 1999, June 9, 2005 and April 5, 2006] "The FD&C Act does not specifically require the use of animals in testing cosmetics for safety, nor does the Act subject cosmetics to FDA premarket approval. However, the agency has consistently advised cosmetic manufacturers to employ whatever testing is appropriate and effective for substantiating the safety of their products. It remains the responsibility of the manufacturer to substantiate the safety of both ingredients and finished cosmetic products prior to marketing.Animal testing by manufacturers seeking to market new products may be used to establish product safety." *[http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-205.html Animal Testing, CFSAN/Office of Cosmetics and Colors, US Food and Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition,Revised May 3, 1999, June 9, 2005 and April 5, 2006] "The FD&C Act does not specifically require the use of animals in testing cosmetics for safety, nor does the Act subject cosmetics to FDA premarket approval. However, the agency has consistently advised cosmetic manufacturers to employ whatever testing is appropriate and effective for substantiating the safety of their products. It remains the responsibility of the manufacturer to substantiate the safety of both ingredients and finished cosmetic products prior to marketing.Animal testing by manufacturers seeking to market new products may be used to establish product safety."

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