EU - Laboratory research: limiting animal testing without hampering scientific progress

For obvious ethical reasons, the use of animals in scientific experiments needs to be limited and their welfare improved. But this must be done without hindering research in Europe into fighting diseases, says the EP Agriculture Committee. In adopting on Tuesday a report drafted by Neil Parish (EPP-ED, UK), the Agriculture Committee backed these goals by a large majority.
Wednesday 1 April 2009 (9 years 8 months 18 days ago)
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For obvious ethical reasons, the use of animals in scientific experiments needs to be limited and their welfare improved. But this must be done without hindering research in Europe into fighting diseases, says the EP Agriculture Committee.

In adopting on Tuesday a report drafted by Neil Parish (EPP-ED, UK), the Agriculture Committee backed these goals by a large majority.

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/expert/infopress_page/032-52907-089-03-14-904-20090330IPR52906-30-03-2009-2009-false/default_en.htm

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