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Foundation for Biomedical Research- How Animal Testing and Research is Advancing Treatments for Type 2 Diabetes
Topic: Diabetes

Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation-Our Position On The Use Of Animals In Research
Topic: Diabetes

Danish 3R Center-Establishment of an Invitro Model for Diabetic Atherosclerosis
Topic: Diabetes

Glasgow Caledonian University-Skin Tissue Stem Cells
Topic: Diabetes

Human Biological Data Exchange
Topic: Diabetes

Invitro Models of Diabetes
Topic: Diabetes

Stem Cell Research- Diabetes Research
Topic: Diabetes

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RSPCA Effective Ethical Review

Guiding principles on good practice for Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Bodies (2015) (PDF 1.76MB). Developed and published jointly by the RSPCA and the Laboratory Animal Science Association (LASA), this resource aims to help in the efficient and effective operation of local animal welfare and ethical review bodies.

Topic: Ethics

Research Ethics- University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota community strives to meet the highest ethical standards in the planning and conduct of research.

Topic: Ethics

Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy

The talk series Talking Animals, Law & Philosophy wants to remedy this situation by providing a welcoming, engaging and rigorous forum for debate and ideas about the relations between animals, law and philosophy.

Topic: Ethics

Cambridge Human Biology Research Ethics Committee

Cambridge Human Biology Research Ethics Committee considers applications for ethical approval for research programmes in human biology.

Topic: Ethics

Home Office Legislation

The use of animals in scientific research remains a vital tool in improving our understanding of how biological systems work both in health and disease, and in the development of new medicines, treatments and technologies. Underpinning this research is a strong commitment to maintaining a rigorous regulatory system which ensures that animal research is carried out only where no practicable alternative exists and under controls which keep suffering to a minimum. This is achieved through robustly applying the principles of the 3Rs to all research proposals involving the use of animals.

Topic: Ethics

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