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Studies on active substances must be available to EU citizens from the start – PEST committee

Raw data to be made available alongside studies

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All scientific studies on an active substance for which authorisation is being sought in the EU, must be made publicly available before the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) adopts its conclusion, a new report has argued.



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