Scientists from the Dr Hadwen Trust (DHT), Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments (FRAME) and the St Andrew Animal Fund (STAAF), all member organisations of Focus on Alternatives (FOA), have published a key report called Replacing Primates in Medical Research which fills important scientific, technical and science policy gaps in the controversial area of primate research.
The ‘Animals in Laboratories: Let down by Labour’ report by the DHT investigates the Labour Government's record on animal experiments up to 2008.
A scientific poster that showcases a few examples of the DHT funded non-animal replacement research project successes that occurred in 2007.
‘Towards a European Science Without Animal Experiments’ is a report by the DHT and Humane Society International (HSI) on the opportunities for the replacement of animal experiments provided through revision of EU Directive 86/609/EEC.
The Science Without Suffering report by the DHT provides an insight into the reality of life for so many animals used in UK experiments.
The DHT, Four Paws and the Humane Society International (HSI) report welcome the fact that the European Commission has proposed a revision of the Directive with measures to enhance animal welfare and further the replacement of animal experiments.