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1. Pain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
acute peripheral neuropathic pain. [edit ] Phantom Main article: Phantom pain Phantom pain is pain from a part of the body that has been lost or from which the brain no longer receives signals. It is a type of neuropathic pain. Phantom
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2. Pain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
acute peripheral neuropathic pain. [edit ] Phantom Main article: Phantom pain Phantom pain is pain from a part of the body that has been lost or from which the brain no longer receives signals. It is a type of neuropathic pain. Phantom
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3. Dr Jenia Meng - ORIGINS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS ANIMALS (2009)
Animal Welfare – UK> Spain, Iran, Norway, Serbia>China, Czech, Ireland, South Korea, Macedonia, Sweden; New Welfarism – UK>Serbia>Macedonia>Spain>China, Czech, Ireland, Norway>Iran, Sweden>South Korea; Reverence for Animals –
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4. A History of Pain and Distress in Research Animals : The Humane Society of t...
committee meeting on animal pain as part of the update to its 1992 report Recognition and Alleviation of pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals, to be divided into two reports: stress and distress, and pain. October 2007: An HSUS
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5. Behind Closed Doors: Animals Suffer in University Research : The Humane Soc...
known technically as pain and distress. A model policy would bar procedures where severe pain and distress can’t be mitigated, such as long-term social deprivation, lethal dose testing, prolonged full-body restraint, and painful and
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6. ASI: Resource Details
states that the man was painted red and the buffalo black. "The paint indicated that the man who was about to give thanks publicly had been potentially dead, but was allowed to live by the mysterious favor and interference of the Giver of
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7. ASI: ASI Diary
interwoven with life are pain and pleasure, suffering and happiness. This, along with - it is often wryly said - death and taxes, we cannot escape. Contemplation of these issues forms much of our religious introspection, political action and
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8. Mouse pain study stirs debate : Nature News
procedures for assessing pain in rodent models of neuropathic pain — caused by nerve damage or dysfunction rather than stimulation of pain receptors. Traditional painkillers do not always successfully alleviate neuropathic pain, so such
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9. National Anti-Vivisection Society:
Legal Arena Regulatory Campains - U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) pain and Distress In fall 2000, Public comment was sought by USDA's APHIS on revision of the agency's definition of pain and distress for animals used in research. There
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10. Do Animals Feel Pain?, by Peter Singer
other than humans feel pain? How do we know? Well, how do we know if anyone, human or nonhuman, feels pain? We know that we ourselves can feel pain. We know this from the direct experience of pain
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