National Anti-vivisection Society

 

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Animal Group Praise Bolivian Entrepreneur for Preventing Further Animal Exploitation

Animal Defenders International are Thrilled with Decision to Prevent Wild Cats Forced to Perform in Bolivia Cochabamba – At a press conference yesterday Bolivian entrepreneur Marco Montenegro, one of...

Testing Breakthrough Can Save the Lives of Dogs and Primates in Laboratory Tests

Germany – A meeting held today in Bad Homburg, and attended by scientific and industry representatives from five EU countries, and representatives of the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS), will...

Progressive Science? Cambridge University Is Stuck In the Dark Ages Claim Group on World Laboratory

The National Anti-Vivisection Society Lists Cambridge Top the League of Shame for Horrific and Unnecessary Animal Experiments Cambridge – April 24th is World Laboratory Animal Day and this year the...

Number of animals used in UK labs continue rise as Government implements deregulatory agenda

The 2007 statistics on animal testing published today by the Home Office show a rise of 6% on 2006 the number of procedures on animals in laboratories. Figures published this morning by the Home Office...

Pygmy or not Pygmy? That is the Question

MP raises point of order over government response...

Spring Clean for Compassionate Cupboards

Julie Christie, Jenny Seagrove and Wendy Turner Webster back call for a national ‘Spring Clean for Compassionate Cupboards’ this World Laboratory Animal Day Celebrities Join the National Anti-Vivisection...

MEPS LAUNCH NEW MANIFESTO ON CONTROVERSIAL LABORATORY TESTS

Animal Defenders International Propose New Reviews to Directive That could Save The Lives of Millions of Animals Brussels – Animal Defenders International and MEP Jens Holm are to present a new manifesto...

Europe moves closer to ban on use of apes and wild caught monkeys in experiments

At a meeting at the European Parliament yesterday, Commissioner Dimas gave his strongest indication yet that the use of apes and most wild caught monkeys in experiments would be banned under the forthcoming...

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