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Given by Professor Dame Linda Partridge: video link https://vimeo.com/114653449
A video of Professor Colin Blakemore lecturing here: https://youtu.be/H8WMmd-9mrg
Produced with the Association of Medical Research Charities
Concordat on Openness on Animal Research in the UK Annual report 2016
A powerpoint explaining how Herceptin was invented.
The use of animals in veterinary medicine. Order copies from email@example.com
Our 16 page leaflet written in 2011 explains the role of animals in medical research.
Animals are used in scientific research to help us understand our own bodies and how they work. This is necessary to develop new medicines. Animals are also used to safety test potential medicines before they are tested in people and to check the safety of other chemicals.
This myth busting leaflet deals with commonly held but mistaken beliefs about animal research. If you would like paper copies please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you want to know how researchers develop new medicines or why this process can take a long time, this booklet aims to answer your questions about where medicines come from. Order paper copies from email@example.com