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Putting patient safety first

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Dr Azra Raza, Professor of Medicine at Columbia University in New York, international authority on leukaemia, and Science Adviser to Safer Medicines Trust, has written a remarkable and highly recommended new book published in October 2019: The First Cell: And the human costs of pursuing cancer to the last

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Let’s work together to explore the evidence base for all preclinical research methodologies

In response to: Drug discovery and preclinical drug development – have animal studies really failed?

By Pandora Pound and Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga

Response: Let’s work together to explore the evidence base for all preclinical research methodologies

 

 


Advances in Cell and Tissue Culture Conference in Cardiff 4-5th June

Hear our Director Dr Jan Turner speak about barriers and progress to adoption of human relevant in vitro models in drug discovery at the Advances in Cell and Tissue Culture conference in Cardiff, June 2019

Human Relevant In Vitro Models: Barriers, Initiatives and Progress Towards Replacing Animal Methods in Drug Discovery


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