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American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
AALAS contributes to the advancement of responsible laboratory animal care and use through certification, professional development, publications and conferences. US.
American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine
An organization of board-certified veterinary medical specialists who establish standards of education, training, experience and expertise necessary to become qualified as a specialist and recognizes that achievement through board certification. Promoting the advancement of knowledge through professional continuing education activities, the development of educational materials and the conduct of research in laboratory animal medicine and science. US.
Americans For Medical Advancement (AFMA)
Explains the invalidity of the animal model as a model of human disease. FAQ, alternatives, human harms, science, interest groups, book 'Sacred Cows and Golden Geese', articles, activities, projects, charter and links. California, US.
Americans for Medical Progress
Helping to ensure public understanding and support of the humane use of animals in medical research. Animal research, animal rights, articles, news, downloadable materials, a timeline of medical benefits, student resource center, women's health campaign and membership. Virginia, US.
Ban Pound Seizure
Information on the sale or release of cats and dogs from a pound or shelter to a research, testing or educational facility.
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
A coalition of independent member societies that serve the interests of biomedical and life scientists, particularly those related to public policy issues. Member societies, public affairs, career resources, meetings and conferences, the FASEB Journal and other publications. US.
Medical Research Modernization Committee (MRMC)
A national health advocacy group composed of physicians, scientists and other health care professionals who attribute the steadily increasing incidence of human diseases to inadequate treatment approaches derived from research programs based on artificial and unnatural laboratory "models". The billions of dollars spent on these research programs should be redirected to population-based prevention and (human) clinical research studies. Essays, reports and membership. Ohio, US.
The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS)
Educational organization seeking to eliminate all animal use in product testing, education and biomedical research. Founded in 1929. Illinois, US.
National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR)
A national nonprofit dedicated to advocating public policy that recognizes the vital role of humane animal use in biomedical research, higher education and product safety testing. Member services, lab animal issues and FBR.
New England Anti-Vivisection Society
Overview, alternatives, news, products, what you can do, donations and links. Massachusetts, US.
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