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Yearly Archives: 2016

Remarkable new opportunity pitching human-based research to Richard Branson’s #VOOM2016!

We are supporting an extraordinary new team at Speaking of Human-Based Research who have been accepted onto Richard Branson’s funding platform to pitch to win the prestigious #VOOM2016 prize that could help transform medical research. This is a opportunity not … Continue reading

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With EDM 400 highlighting penicillin, here is Alexander Fleming on the disaster of animal models

Parliamentary EDM 400 ┬árefers to penicillin as an example of the harm caused to human patients by animal models: penicillin was delayed for human use by more than 10 years because it has no effect on rabbits. Here is Alexander … Continue reading

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Emeritus Professor in Neuroscience, Anne Beuter and Dr Andre Menache explain why monkeys fail Parkinson’s research

Emeritus Professor in Neuroscience, Anne Beuter and Dr Andre Menache have published a commentary in Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, explaining why non-human primate models for Parkinson’s disease research fail human patients. The so called ‘monkey model’ was developed long after … Continue reading

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Yet another medical catastrophe makes the headlines

Dr Claude Reiss, President of the science committee Antidote Europe, has written an Open Letter to the French Minister for Health condemning the animal testing responsible for the latest shocking medical catastrophe that’s left one person dead and four others … Continue reading