FRAME Debate video now online

"Total animal replacement in human medicine is a realistic goal but it's a difficult challenge and it's going to be a long-term goal."

A video of the FRAME Debate " Total animal replacement in human medicine is a realistic goal " is now available online. It can be found on FRAME's YouTube channel by clicking here:   FRAME Debate 2015 .   

The event was held for an invited audience at the Kennel Club, London. 

Speakers were:
Professor Barbara Pierscionek, Associate Dean of Research and Enterprise at Kingston University's Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing, Dr Bob coleman, Independent Drug Discovery Consultant, Dr Brett Cochrane, Group Head of Science at Dr Hadwen Trust, and Dr Brian Burlinson, VP Safety Assessment and Principal Scientist, Huntingdon Life Sciences.

The meeting was chaired by FRAME's Director Dr Gerry Kenna.

Proceedings of the meeting will be published in a future issue of ATLA, FRAME's peer-reviewed journal.

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Anne Jeffery  (Communications organiser) 

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FRAME is the Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments.

It promotes the replacement of laboratory animals with non-animal methods, through better science. 

Its ultimate aim is the elimination of the need to use laboratory animals in any kind of scientific or medical procedures. 

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FRAME is an independent charity dedicated to the development of new and valid methods that will replace the need for laboratory animals in medical and scientific research, education, and testing. FRAME believes in the development of better scientific methods for the benefit of humans, animals and the environment. Its ultimate aim is the elimination of the need to use laboratory animals in any kind of medical or scientific procedures, but FRAME accepts that a total end to their use cannot be achieved immediately. However, the current scale of animal experimentation is unacceptable.

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