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Four ways in which you can support the Lush Prize to end animal testing
Do you want to make a nomination for the Lush Prize, the global initiative aiming to bring forward the day when safety testing takes place without the use of animals?
The 2014 Lush Prize, the largest annual prize in the non-animal testing sector, closes for nominations in one month (25th July).
What would your answer be? One million? Ten million? Fifty million?
Despite all the progress that had been made over the past twenty years, animal testing was still being carried out..
This moving video shows the release of chimpanzees into Chimp Haven, an idyllic place of retirement.
We answer your questions on the fight against animal testing. This week we take a look at what 21st Century Toxicology is all about.
A new report from the Lush Prize estimates that globally more than nine million laboratory animals were subjected to chemical safety tests in 2013.
Mauritius is the second largest supplier of monkeys for the research industry in the world, exporting up to 10,000 animals every year.