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An in-vitro toxicity test that saves animals’ lives by using human cells, has been approved.
A key message of the conference was that innovative alternative methods will protect people as well as animals in chemicals safety testing.
2014 Lush Prize winner Africa Network for Animals held a successful workshop in Kenya promoting alternatives to animal testing in education and training.
Lush Prize sponsors key conference on replacing animal research in medical science
Government statistics reveal that almost 4 million animals were used in experiments last year.
Lush Prize has attended two important toxicology conferences recently to encourage support for the complete replacement of animal tests
The 2015 Lush Prize conference looks at Adverse Outcome Pathways which can improve prediction of health effects and end the use of animals in safety testing
Concern over approved expansion of breeding facility for animals destined for labs
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