FRAME response to mouse head transplant reports

FRAME has responded to recent press stories of mouse head transplants being carried out in China. The Wall Street Journal […]

FRAME response to EU “Stop Vivisection” initiative

The discussion this week of the “Stop Vivisection” initiative has highlighted several extremely important issues.

Firstly, the high priority that needs […]

FRAME response to ‘head transplant’ proposal

Researchers have announced that it might be possible to transplant a human head onto a donor body within two years […]

Stem cells

FRAME believes that stem cells are potentially invaluable alternatives to conducting some of the most distressing experiments in sentient animals.

Stem […]

Facelifts, baldness and botulinum toxin (aka Botox)

FRAME is deeply concerned about the use of botulinum toxin (like botox) for cosmetic purposes, and the apparent indifference by […]

Xenotransplantation

FRAME has serious concerns about the use of animals as transplant donors for humans (xenotransplantation) because of the conditions in […]

Would you use a medicine that had been tested on animals?

FRAME does not give a definitive answer to this question because it is very subjective. Individual people draw the line […]

Using human volunteers

FRAME believes that animals should not be used to test products that can be safely tested using human volunteers and […]

Animal rights and terrorism

FRAME does not condone any form of terrorist activities on the part of individuals or organisations, such as animal rights […]