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Drugs controversy in France
According to press reports, half of all medicines being prescribed by doctors in France are either useless or potentially dangerous for patients.
New FRAME initiative
FRAME is about to launch a novel and unique way of improving the quality of discussion about issues raised by animal experimentation and the Three Rs.
EUSAAT Annual Congress - abstracts
The 14th Annual Congress of EUSAAT (European Society for Alternatives to Animal Testing) and 17th Congress on Alternatives to Animal Testing took place last week (5 – 8 September) in Linz, Austria.
Call for alternatives to REACH
Two scientists have criticised the European REACH regulations for being unlikely to predict dangers for humans.
Cruelty-free and the Chinese market
Concern is growing over cosmetics companies that are marketing their products in China.
New Home Office figures released
The Home Office has issued its annual report and statistics on scientific procedures carried out on living animals in the UK.
Dogs and old world monkeys
MP Nic Dakin has asked for information from the Home Office about the use of old world monkeys and dogs in laboratories in the UK.
Clarification on stray cats and dogs in experiments
Home Office Minister Lynne Featherstone has responded to fears that new legislation might allow scientists to use stray cats and dogs in experiments.
Recognition for FRAME training schools
FRAME's training schools in experimental design and statistics have been recognised by a Swiss veterinary organisation.