Europeans for Medical Progress submits evidence to primate study

Europeans for Medical Progress, together with Antidote-Europe, has submitted evidence to a working group set up by The Academy of Medical Sciences, the Royal Society, the Medical Research Council and the Wellcome Trust to examine the recent, current and future scientific basis for biological and medical research involving non-human primates. As we state in our submission, we welcome this inquiry, though with reservations that it is being overseen by four organisations which actively promote and defend NHP research.
Read our submission here (pdf)

We have also submitted comments to the Home Office on the Animal Procedures Committee Report on the use of non-human primates under the Animal (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986.
Read our submission here (pdf)

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