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REACH: June marks the start of the World’s biggest ever animal testing programme

The EU Regulation REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) comes into force this month. The new regulation requires that about 30,000 chemicals currently being used in the EU must...

From flying start to disappointing finish -

Blair the first Prime Minister to campaign for animal experiments Ten year’s on from the New Labour – New Life for Animals leaflet, Tim Phillips, Campaigns Director of Animal Defenders International...

MEP photocall in support of primates

Click here for photos of the event MEPs showed their primate colours today outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg, putting their faces to primate bodies in a light-hearted launch for a ground-breaking...

Ich bin ein primat –

Push for Primate Test Ban takes off on international Lab Animal Day, 24 April 07 With unprecedented support from MEPs and leading EU statesmen for an end to experiments on primates across Europe, Lab...

Talking to Apes

Professor Roger and Deborah Fouts interviewed. Roger and Deborah Fouts, Directors of the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute (CHCI) at Central Washington University, Joined us for the launch...

Beagle factories

Over 100,000 beagle dogs are experimented on every year – 65,000 in the USA, 7,400 in the UK – the majority to test products like drugs and pesticides. The friendly dogs are factory farmed by commercial...

REACH: A huge victory

When the REACH (Regulation, Evaluation, Authorisation of Chemicals) proposals emerged five years ago, it came with a death sentence for in the region of 38 million laboratory animals. This animal holocaust...

Parkinson’s Disease: Cutting through the myths

The Background Animal ‘models’ of Parkinson’s Non-animal research Imaging Techniques Molecular models Patient studies Species Differences References As Oxford University tries to justify the...

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