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4,000 wild monkeys saved from laboratory experiments

Colombia: Animal Defenders International (ADI) has described the decision by the Administrative Tribunal of Cundinamarca to revoke permits to capture wild owl monkeys for malaria experiments as a “breakthrough...

April 24th: World Day for Laboratory Animals

Tuesday April 24th is World Day for Laboratory Animals, recognised by the United Nations and commemorated on every continent of the world to highlight the suffering of animals in experiments. Founded...

The NAVS responds to statement about transportation of laboratory animals

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) has followed with interest comments in the media today, from Lord Drayson, a former Labour Science Minister, and wishes to address many of the inaccuracies...

Survey reveals animals killed in university teaching continuing despite available alternatives

UK fourth highest user. Political commitment called for to end unnecessary animal use The findings of a survey of European universities reveal that thousands of animals including mice, rats, guinea...

New human model for cancer research unveiled

‘Providing a viable replacement for animal testing’ The Lord Dowding Fund (LDF), which awards grants for non-animal scientific and medical research has teamed up with researchers at the University...

Dogs spared as laboratory factory farm is blocked

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is delighted that the Government has rejected plans for new breeding units for beagle dogs to be used in laboratory experiments in Yorkshire. Laboratory...

New European Commission web portal for cosmetics products

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS), Animal Defenders International (ADI), and Lord Dowding Fund (LDF) welcome the recent announcement, by the European Commission, of a new web portal for cosmetic...

NAVS appalled by world's first chimeric monkeys


The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is appalled to learn that researchers at the Oregon National Primate Centre in the U.S. have created the world’s first chimeric monkeys with genetic...

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