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Japanese concept and government policy on animal welfare and animal experiments

@inproceedings{Shoji2006JapaneseCA,
  title={Japanese concept and government policy on animal welfare and animal experiments},
  author={K. Shoji},
  year={2006}
}
  • K. Shoji
  • Published 2006
  • The Law for the Humane Treatment and Management of Animals has been amended on June 1, 2006. With this amendment, the 3R principle has been entirely stipulated in the article of the law, and detailed government guidelines have been formulated. Under this Japanese regulation system based on the law, the person who maltreat and abandon laboratory animals without any scientific needs can be punished. And each institution should establish in-house regulations based on governmental policies, and… CONTINUE READING

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