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How does EPA protect humans as test subjects in research?

EPA research is conducted in compliance with federal regulations and best practices in ethics. The primary regulation that governs human subjects research at EPA is 40 CFR Part 26 Subpart A. It is known as the "Common Rule" because 18 federal departments and agencies have agreed to hold this regulation "in common."

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Additionally, specific information about EPA’s protection of humans in pesticide research, is also available:

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