Charities stress need for animal research

November 1991
New Scientist;11/16/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1795, p10
Reports that eight medical charities have teamed up to counter claims by antivivisection groups in Great Britain that it is possible to make medical advances without animal research. Success that antivivisectionists have had in targeting young people; Reluctance of scientists threatened with the risk of violence from extremists to talk of their research in public.


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