An experiment co-funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and conducted at Cambridge University involved rats being confined in ‘hypoxia chambers’ for two weeks, where they were forced to breathe air that had a low concentration of oxygen. The research was investigating whether eating...
The British Heart Foundation is now facing a tide of public opposition over its funding of vivisection. It has received...
Animal Aid has this week published a detailed new Briefing – written especially for members of the Association of...
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This site was launched in January 2014. In the weeks and months to come, an archive of shameful experiments will develop.
VIDEOThis video shows the suffering that animals are forced to endure in the laboratory. The footage is not, however, specifically linked to medical research charities.
With grateful thanks to BUAV and PETA for use of the footage in this film.
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