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- 03/10/17--05:43: _Research Roundup: D...
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- 05/25/17--06:42: _Animal Testing and ...
- 09/19/17--07:26: _The Fact Check: PET...
- 01/05/18--16:57: _Is the FDA undermin...
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- 07/09/18--06:51: _Animal Testing: Hum...
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- 05/25/17--06:42: Animal Testing and Human Trials: Alternatives or Complements?
- 09/19/17--07:26: The Fact Check: PETA vs. Christine Lattin
- 07/09/18--06:51: Animal Testing: Humane Research from a Human Perspective
- 11/12/18--07:00: Numbers don’t tell the whole story: 2017 US Annual Report
Welcome to the first in a series of weekly Research Roundups. These aim to inform our readers about the many stories that relate to animal research each week. Do you have an animal research story we should include in next … Continue reading
Welcome to this week’s Research Roundup. These Friday posts aim to inform our readers about the many stories that relate to animal research each week. Do you have an animal research story we should include in next week’s Research Roundup? You … Continue reading
The Animal Justice Project, a British-based animal rights group, is no stranger to misinformation. Previously we have debunked their factual errors regarding malaria studies in Sweden and eye injury studies. There was also the time they produced a press release … Continue reading
A systematic evaluation of PETA’s claims about Dr. Christine Lattin’s research highlights a lack of context, misrepresentation of her work, and – in some cases – statements that are just not factually accurate. Again, PETA demonstrates to the world why … Continue reading
The American Psychological Association has warned that the FDA may be winding down its own primate study, despite having started-- but not completed, nor made public-- an independent FDA review process. Why the FDA would stop the study before any report has been published will lead many into further questioning the influence that certain animal … Continue reading Is the FDA undermining its own study and the experts it sent to review it?
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced yesterday that it terminated a study investigating the effects of nicotine in monkeys. This announcement, which was accompanied by the release of many records and documents related to the animals’ care, is troubling for many reasons. Among them, it again raises questions about oversight and decision-making. Nicotine … Continue reading Response to FDA statement on termination of a primate nicotine research study
On Friday, January 26, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)—the agency charged with protecting public health via oversight of food, drugs, and medical devices—issued a statement about its decision to terminate a nicotine research project at the National Center for Toxicology Research (NCTR). The research had been the focus of campaign by an anti-animal … Continue reading FDA announcement regarding termination of primate study leaves many questions unanswered
It is not often that we publish student essays on Speaking of Research, however, when we received the following essay from Zaim Zibran, a junior at Walton High School in Georgia, US, we felt compelled to share it. Zaim is currently doing a summer internship at the James P Grant School of Public Health in … Continue reading Animal Testing: Humane Research from a Human Perspective
Science magazine recently published a brief article with an eye-grabbing headline: “U.S. labs using a record number of monkeys.” The article has a colorful graph to match, showing the number of monkeys in research over the past 10 of the 45 years that numbers are available. The article focuses almost exclusively on work funded by … Continue reading Numbers don’t tell the whole story: 2017 US Annual Report