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1. 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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2. 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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3. Behind Closed Doors: The Human Toll of Animal Research : The Humane Society ...
crippled monkeys who were in pain, she secretly slipped them painkillers. But it never felt like enough. Time and again, she witnessed suffering that did nothing to further scientific learning; it was simply a result of the scant priority given
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4. Scientists, Apply Now for Animal Alternatives Award : The Humane Society of ...
or minimize potential animal pain. Examples of replacement alternatives include using artificial human skin in skin irritation tests and using blood from human volunteers to test for the presence of fever-causing contaminants in intravenous
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5. Questions and Answers About Pain and Distress in Research Animals : The Huma...
C (experiments involving no pain, distress, or pain-relieving drugs) • Column D (experiments involving pain or distress but with accompanying anesthetic, analgesic, or tranquilizers) • Column E (experiments involving pain or distress for
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6. More about Pigs : The Humane Society of the United States
their capacity to experience pain, pleasure, fear and joy. References [1] Low D. 1846. On the Domesticated Animals of the British Islands (London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, p. 403). http://openlibrary.org/b/OL7114743M . Accessed
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7. Pain and Distress in Research Animals : The Humane Society of the United States
Questions and Answers About Pain and Distress in Research Animals A History of Pain and Distress in Research Animals Scientific Articles Related to Pain and Distress in Research Animals Ten Ways to Help Animals in Labs
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8. Scientific Articles Related to Pain and Distress in Research Animals : The H...
Articles Related to Pain and Distress in Research Animals The following articles address topics related to Pain and distress experienced by animals in laboratories. Click an article's title to download it as a PDF.
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10. Send to Friend: Pain and Distress in Research Animals : The Humane Society o...
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