The data gap on chemical hazards

In the early 1980s, after laws requiring pre-manufacture or pre-market testing of new substances had been established in most industrialised countries, regulators turned their attention to the hazards posed by older "existing" chemicals and how they might be assessed in a systematic programme.

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