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Brexit concerns for lab animals

Concerns that hard fought for regulations on animal experiments could be lost after Brexit have been raised by the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS), following the release of Home Office figures...

Statement on neuroscience experiments on non-human primates

Published September 2016 We, the undersigned, are concerned at the level of suffering involved in many neuroscience experiments on non-human primates, especially where fluid deprivation and movement...

Have your say on primate testing!

The European scientific committee, SCHEER, has published its preliminary opinion on primates in research. We are submitting our response with detailed information on replacing primates with non-animal...

BBC docu-drama about drug trial disaster exposes misleading animal tests

Over a decade ago, human clinical trials of test drug TGN1412 resulted in catastrophic injury to test volunteers. The story is the subject of a BBC drama documentary ‘The Drug Trial: Emergency at the Hospital’...

Genetically Modified Animals

In the UK, more than half of all research now uses genetically modified (GM) animals. Animals are created to replicate diseases and disorders which occur in humans by changing the animal’s biology with...

Brexit fears for lab animals

Following Brexit, the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is concerned that hard-fought EU regulations on animal experiments could be rolled back in the UK. Decades of progress have seen the replacement...

Shameful scale of animal suffering in British laboratories finally revealed

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) has condemned the number of severe animal experiments taking place in Britain which have been revealed for the first time today. Government figures released...

Animal experiments in Ireland

The 2014 “Annual statistical report for animals used in Ireland under scientific animal protection legislation” was recently published by the Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA). A total of 226,684...

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