Policy paper

Cumulative severity review: response by Animals in Science Committee

This report provides the ASC's response to the recommendations of the former Animal Procedures Committee review into cumulative suffering caused by multiple neuroscience research.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Letter, from the Chair of ASC, to Norman Baker Introducing the Response to the Cumulative Severity Review

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Animals in Science Committee Response to the Cumulative Severity Review

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Details

This report provides the Animals in Science Committee’s response to the recommendations of the former Animal Procedures Committee review, published in November 2013, of how any cumulative suffering caused by multiple neuroscience research procedures over a long period of time may be assessed in non-human primates.

Published 30 July 2014