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Code of Ethics

(Adopted by the American College of Toxicology, October 9, 1997)

Preamble

The American College of Toxicology is dedicated to providing an interactive forum for the advancement and exchange of toxicologic information between industry, government and academia.

Whereas, this goal requires the highest scientific and ethical standards to be met, each member must strive to conform to the following code of ethics:

Code of Ethics

  1. Commit to providing the highest quality science with due regard for objectivity, integrity and confidentiality.
  2. To present scientific and/or professional opinions with full disclosure of the availability of all supportive data.
  3. To uphold all laws, regulations, safety and ethical standards that apply to the welfare of coworkers, experimental procedures in animals, and the environment.
  4. Refrain from making statements of professional judgment or becoming involved in situations that are directly or potentially subject to conflict of interest concerns.

















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