In the Name of Science : Issues in Responsible Animal Experimentation: Issues in Responsible Animal Experimentation

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Oxford University Press, USA, Jul 8, 1993 - Medical - 312 pages
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Contents

The Beginnings of Institutionalized Animal Experimentation NineteenthCentury Highlights
3
Current Attitudes and Ethical Arguments
20
Major Issues
35
Legislation and the Growth of Protagonist Organizations
44
Animal Subjects and Alternatives
61
Protocol Review
83
Community Members on Animal Review Committees
99
Animal Pain Scales in Public Policy An International Perspective
118
The Source of Laboratory Dogs and Cats Pound versus PurposeBred Animals
209
Editorial Responsibilities and Issues
221
Looking Ahead
240
Animals Used in Experimentation FY 19731990
249
Funding Sources for Targeted Programs to Promote Alternatives
251
Sunshine Laws
257
References
261
Additional Readings
281

Pain Suffering and Death Warm and ColdBlooded Vertebrates Mollusks and Insects
128
Testing
153
From Sunshine Laws and Civil Disobedience to Raids
169
The Use of Animals in Education
191
Glossary
283
Index
285
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