Trends in animal use at US research facilities

@article{Goodman2015TrendsIA,
  title={Trends in animal use at US research facilities},
  author={J. Goodman and A. Chandna and Katherine V. Roe},
  journal={Journal of Medical Ethics},
  year={2015},
  volume={41},
  pages={567 - 569}
}
Minimising the use of animals in experiments is universally recognised by scientists, governments and advocates as an ethical cornerstone of research. Yet, despite growing public opposition to animal experimentation, mounting evidence that animal studies often do not translate to humans, and the development of new research technologies, a number of countries have reported increased animal use in recent years. In the USA—one of the world's largest users of animals in experiments—a lack of… Expand
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