The European Animal Research Association (EARA) is a communications and advocacy organisation whose mission is to uphold the interests of biomedical research and healthcare development across Europe. By providing accurate and evidence-based information on the benefits of biomedical animal research, EARA will inform, educate and unify audiences in support of research and will facilitate an open debate.
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– €100m boost to biomedical research at AbbVie
– Human drug used to treat poisoned turtles
Latest press Releases – Free EARA event on openness in animal research in Maastricht, the Netherlands, on 11 December.
Greater numbers of institutions in Spain are explaining their use of animals in scientific research, latest EARA survey reveals.
EARA has published its website study, of more than 1,000 institutional websites across Europe, on the level of openness on animal research .
EARA has published a Communications Handbook on how to develop and implement a communications strategy on the use of animals in research.
Airlines accused of breaking U.S. federal law by refusing to carry animals intended for research.
EARA blog – Spanish initiative says ‘Animal Research Gives Life’, video.
Marking 50 years of biomedical research with minipigs.
Guests posts – The first ten years of the UK’s Understanding Animal Research (UAR).
Opinion: Why Belgium still needs animal testing in the fight against cancer.
Campaigns – Campaigns about biomedical animal research and its benefits
EARA sets out its guidance on improving Non-Technical Summaries for the general public
EARA pinpoints potential problems for transport of animals in a no-deal Brexit.
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