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BREAKING: Rep. Roybal-Allard Demands NIH “Count and Reduce”
The NEAVS Team, September 11, 2019
Despite the fact that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) claims it’s working to reduce the number of animals used in the experiments it funds, it’s also true that th
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Scholarly Journals Can Help Stop Abusive Primate Research
Mike Ryan, September 11, 2019
As of 2019, over 70 top scholarly journals will seemingly publish any research on primates, without considering the inherent ethical concerns.
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Five Books that Changed Us
The NEAVS Team, July 9, 2019
Looking for a great book to read this summer? We asked our team of grassroots activists and policy experts to share the books that inspired their passion to end animal su
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NEAVS Complaint Prompts Investigation of University of Utah
Amy Meyer, May 30, 2019
We filed a Federal Complaint Urging an Immediate Suspension of Animal Research at the University of Utah. Find out why they’re under scrutiny.
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Win! California’s “Lab Gag” Bill Won’t Become Law
Mike Ryan, May 2, 2019
Thanks to you, a bill to keep animal abuse records secret was just stopped.
Something Exciting is Coming
Nathan Herschler, March 8, 2019
Picture this: Tech giants, major foundations, and other investors fund new companies focused on replacing animal research
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Our Primate Testing Expert to Wired: Ethics Matter
Mike Ryan, March 5, 2019
Did you catch “Monkeys With Superpower Eyes Could Help Cure Color Blindness” recently published in Wired?
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Great Trends: Five Places Reducing Cat Experiments
Leila Arefi-Pour, January 23, 2019
Here’s a look at five places in the U.S. where the number of cats being held for or used in cruel experiments is fast reducing.
SPECIES DIFFERENCES: The Elephant in the Room
The Rise for Animals Team, January 11, 2019
It’s time to question the scientific merit of using animals to cure human diseases.