U.S. patient becomes 1st woman cured of HIV after stem cell transplant. CBC News, Feb 15, 2022.
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Current Strategies in Assessment of Nanotoxicity: Alternatives to In Vivo Animal Testing, From International Journal of Molecular Sciences, April 19, 2021.
New Animal-Free Method Studies Wound Healing, From caare: Citizens for Alternatives to Animal Research and experimenation, sent Feb. 9, 2021
Researchers Use Patients’ Cells to Test Gene Therapy for Rare Eye Disease, From National Institutes of Health (NIH), Jan. 28, 2021.
Breast Cancer Research without Using Animals, From Faunalytics, Jan. 11, 2021.
Webinars offered on animal free antibody research after: “The JRC’s EU Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM) issued a Recommendation urging end-users and other stakeholders to recognize the scientific validity of non-animal-derived antibodies and to stop using animals for antibody development and production.” – The European Commission’s Science and Knowledge Service. Click here to see slides and recordings of the antibody webinar series.
Human Tissue Needed to Reduce Animal Use for Biomedical Research, From Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, Oct. 23, 2020.
Human Skin Models as Alternatives to Animal Use, From NAVS, Science First, October 2020.
Animals may no longer be used for the production of anti-bodies. From NAVS: Science First, 2020.
Click here for a summary of the above article, From CAAT, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Organoids Advance COVID-19 Research, From NAVS, Science First, 2020.
CRISPR-edited immune cells survive for months and still kill cancer, From Healthline, 2020.
Testing vaccines without laboratory animals by Leiden University, From Medical Express, July 23, 2020.