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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.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Review of the assessment of cumulative severity and lifetime experience in non-human primates used in neuroscience research.
'Lessons to be learnt, for duty holders and the regulator, from reviews and investigations into non-compliance' is a review by the ASC into incidents of non-compliance at Imperial College London.
The Animal Procedures Committee (APC) was asked by the Home Office to produce a paper on the summary of Infringements.
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