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Love Animals? Support Animal Research
Love Animals? Support Animal Research
Mice & RatsMice & Rats Thanks to Animal Research…Thanks to Animal Research... White Paper: Non-Human Primates NHP White Paper
Learn about diseases shared by humans and animals, the impact of animal research on veterinary medicine, regulations and alternatives to animal research, and more! Download free brochure from FBR’s new campaign, Love Animals? Support Animal Research. Email [email protected] with your full name and mailing address to request a hard-copy. Approximately 95 percent of all laboratory animals are mice and rats. Research with mice and rats has led to significant new treatments, cures and therapies and continues to revolutionize science and medicine. Download free species sheet Click to Enlarge A collaboration between FBR and eight premier scientific groups, on August 23, 2017, the White Paper was published in Pathogens and Immunity, a peer-reviewed medical journal
Lifesaving Benefits of Primate Research

Lifesaving Benefits of Primate Research

Dogs

Dogs

This free, full-color 28-page PDF brochure visually illustrates how far medicine has come with the help of monkeys in research. It takes a look at past accomplishments, highlights today’s treatments for deadly diseases, and explores some of the most urgent medical challenges facing a new generation of American researchers right now. Dogs and people get many of the same diseases from heart disease to cancer. What we can glean from studying dogs in medical and scientific research often yields treatments that help not only people, but also dogs themselves. Download free species sheeet
Proud Achievements of Animal Research

Proud Achievements of Animal Research

Primates

Primates

Animal research has played a vital role in virtually every major medical advance of the last century – for both human and animal health. Download this free brochure to learn about some breakthroughs in science and medicine made through animal research. Primate research is essential now and for the future of human health. Primates are so similar to people genetically (up to 98%) that they can show us how diseases work in the human body, in ways no other animal, computer or cell culture can. Primates are a bridge between smaller animals and people. Download free species sheet
Fact Vs. Myth

Fact Vs. Myth

Cats

Cats

Thanks to recent medical research breakthroughs, scientists are closer than ever to finding new preventions, therapies and cures for a myriad of diseases shared by humans and animals. Knowing that animals are treated respectfully, responsibly and as humanely as possible strengthens our understanding – as does separating the facts from the myths. Download free brochure Cats have helped scientists to solve medical mysteries and increased our knowledge of conditions that continue to plague humans as well as cats and other species. Cats have been a mainstay in research studies of neurological, cardiovascular, and respiratory diseases and the immune system. Download free species sheet
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