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Accessing Information on the Reduction, Refinement and Replacement of Animal Experiments Report and Recommendations of a Focus on Alternatives Workshop

Gill Langley, Caren Broadhead, Krys Bottrill, Robert Combes, Roger Ewbank, Penny Hawkins, Robert Hubrecht, Maggy Jennings, Carol Newman, Sally Rowe, Jacqueline Southee, Martin Todd and Les Ward

Focus on Alternatives, a group of British organisations working together to advance the replacement of animal experiments, held a workshop in London, UK, on 3 September 1998 to assess the effectiveness of existing information on the Three Rs, and to identify what is lacking and how it could be provided. The workshop, Accessing Information on Alternatives: Discussing the Case for a New Resource, was attended by 34 participants, including information technologists, scientists from academia and industry, representatives of government regulatory bodies and research-funding agencies, animal protection societies, humane research groups and other non-governmental organisations.