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Monthly Archives: August 2014

FLOE is at a loss to understand why the BUAV published a dog study with pro-vivisection FRAME, an organisation that ignores current scientific knowledge

The International Journal of Clinical Medicine has published a critique by leading medical experts European for Medical Advancement (EFMA), addressing a dog study co-written by FRAME and the BUAV as ‘scientifically unsustainable and unethical’. We present a statement about EFMA’s important critique, excerpt below, and … Continue reading

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Ray Greek MD and Mark Rice MD’s article cited in the journal ‘Annals of Intensive Care’

Ray Greek MD and Mark Rice MD’s article Animal Models and Conserved Processes (Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling 9/1/40)  has been cited in a paper published by Bara and Joffe: The methodological quality of animal research in critical care: the public … Continue reading

Greek MD and Rice MD’s article cited in article in the jounrnal Annals of Intensive Care

The article Animal Models and Conserved processes was cited in http://www.annalsofintensivecare.com/content/4/1/26 These, and other similar findings, suggest that a systems biology approach to the nonlinear complex chaotic dynamics of mammalian organisms in which responses are extremely sensitive to initial conditions … Continue reading

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