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The articles published below are provided for further background on a variety of issues. They do not all necessarily represent the views of HRA and we take no responsibility for their content.

A comparison of two studies A comparison of two studies (62KB)

Primates and HIV Research - Infecting our closest relatives Primates and HIV Research - Infecting our closest relatives (116KB)

Same same but different - a look at primate research Same same but different - a look at primate research (135KB)

Logical Changes – a look at the changing face of cancer research Logical Changes – a look at the changing face of cancer research (119KB)

An analysis of the Bateson Review of research using nonhuman primates An analysis of the Bateson Review of research using nonhuman primates (861KB)

Toxic Waste: Ending the use of non-human primates in toxicity testing Toxic Waste: Ending the use of non-human primates in toxicity testing (554KB)

The Replacement of Non Human Primates in Brain Research The Replacement of Non Human Primates in Brain Research (1694KB)

A vet responds to the latest UK government figures on animal experiments A vet responds to the latest UK government figures on animal experiments (18KB)

Defending the Credibility of Anti-vivisectionists Defending the Credibility of Anti-vivisectionists (37KB) Presented at the Animals in Society Conference, Newcastle, July 2009

Animal Experiments – A Vicious Circle? Animal Experiments – A Vicious Circle? (29KB) Presented at the Vegan Festival, Sydney, May 2009

The Beginning of the End for Chimpanzee Experiments? The Beginning of the End for Chimpanzee Experiments? (407KB) Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine, Co sponsored by AAHR Inc.

Laboratory Environments and Rrodents' Behavioural Needs: a Review Laboratory Environments and Rrodents' Behavioural Needs: a Review (179KB) Presented by Dr Jonathan Balcombe at the 2007 ANZCCART conference, Melbourne. Reproduced from Laboratory Animals 2006: 40: 217–235 with kind permission from Royal Society of Medicine Press, London

Emotional Connections - the Language of Animal-Based Research Emotional Connections - the Language of Animal-Based Research (39KB) Presented at Animals and Society II - Considering Animals, 3-6 July 2007, Hobart. Diana Palmer, Anti Vivisection Union, South Australia

Animal Experiments - a Vicious Circle? by Helen Marston Animal Experiments - a Vicious Circle? by Helen Marston (296KB) Presented at Animals and Society II - Considering Animals, 3-6 July 2007, Hobart

The Problems With Ethics Committees The Problems With Ethics Committees (63KB) Presented by Helen Marston at the Victorian Animal Welfare Advisory Committee / Bureau of Animal Welfare Scientific Procedures Seminar "Keeping a finger on the pulse – monitoring wellbeing"30 November 2006

Non-Animal Methods of Research: Non-Animal Methods of Research: (41KB) Who is Responsible for Holding Back Progress?
Andre Menache MRCVS, 2006

Rodents in Scientific Research - Hindrance or Help? Rodents in Scientific Research - Hindrance or Help? (22KB) Colleen McDuling, 2006

Animal Experimentation Under Scrutiny - New Studies Yield Disturbing Results Animal Experimentation Under Scrutiny - New Studies Yield Disturbing Results (56KB) Andrew Knight, 2006

Medical Myths: Surgery & Animal Research Medical Myths: Surgery & Animal Research (76KB) Robert Ryan, 2001

Myths Of Modern Medicine: Were Pharmaceutical Drugs and Vaccines Responsible for the Modern Increase Myths Of Modern Medicine: Were Pharmaceutical Drugs and Vaccines Responsible for the Modern Increase (70KB) Robert Ryan, 2001

Systematic Reviews of Animal Experiments Demonstrate Poor Contributions Toward Human Healthcare, 2008, Andrew Knight. Co sponsored by AAHR Inc.

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