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Are there any non-animal testing alternatives?
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Animal research studies in plain words
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EU Animal Research: Shall it stay or shall it go?
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Why are animals used for testing?
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Misconceptions
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Latest News

Is animal research to cure blindness a good thing?

Editorial Team September 19th, 2011 No Comments

This week sees the start of World Retina Week from 19 – 24 September. Campaigns are being launched across the globe to raise awareness of retina-related diseases causing blinding and the need for more research funding.

Through stem cell research, major advances have occurred in recent years. People of all ages are regaining their sight, particularly in developing countries. However this human progress has been achieved through the use of experimentation on animals, like dogs. Yet in a recent post, an Animal Testing Perspectives guest blogger argues that research on animals is also benefiting animals – Should we stop medical research on cats and dogs?

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Zebrafish at the cutting edge of heart research

Helen Dunnett May 3rd, 2011 No Comments

There has been some buzz online recently at the new funding raising strategy of the British Heart Foundation. As it attempts to raise an ambitious 50m pounds to fund groundbreaking heart research, it is openly showing the need for animal research and testing in its promotional campaign.

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