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Submissions from 2016

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Use of Non-Human Primates in Cocaine Research, Raija H. Bettauer

Submissions from 2014

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Monkey-based Research on Human Disease: The Implications of Genetic Differences, Jarrod Bailey

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An Analysis of the Use of Animal Models in Predicting Human Toxicology and Drug Safety, Jarrod Bailey, Michelle Thew, and Michael Balls

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A Review of the Institute of Medicine’s Analysis of using Chimpanzees in Biomedical Research, Robert C. Jones and Ray Greek

Submissions from 2011

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Lessons from Chimpanzee-based Research on Human Disease: The Implications of Genetic Differences, Jarrod Bailey

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A Kenyan Perspective on the Use of Animals in Science Education and Scientific Research in Africa and Prospects for Improvement, Charles Kimwele, Duncan Matheka, and Hope Ferdowsian

Submissions from 2010

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An Assessment of the Use of Chimpanzees in Hepatitis C Research Past, Present and Future: 1. Validity of the Chimpanzee Model, Jarrod Bailey

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An Assessment of the Use of Chimpanzees in Hepatitis C Research Past, Present and Future: 2. Alternative Replacement Methods, Jarrod Bailey

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A Modular One-Generation Reproduction Study as a Flexible Testing System for Regulatory Safety Assessment, Richard Vogel, Troy Seidle, and Horst Spielmann

Submissions from 2009

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An Examination of Chimpanzee Use in Human Cancer Research, Jarrod Bailey

Submissions from 2007

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Chimpanzee Research: An Examination of Its Contribution to Biomedical Knowledge and Efficacy in Combating Human Diseases, Jarrod Bailey, Jonathan Balcombe, and Theodora Capaldo

Submissions from 2006

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Animal Carcinogenicity Studies: 1. Poor Human Predictivity, Andrew Knight, Jarrod Bailey, and Jonathan Balcombe

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Animal Carcinogenicity Studies: 2. Obstacles to Extrapolation of Data to Humans, Andrew Knight, Jarrod Bailey, and Jonathan Balcombe

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Animal Carcinogenicity Studies: 3. Alternatives to the Bioassay, Andrew Knight, Jarrod Bailey, and Jonathan Balcombe

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Animal Carcinogenicity Studies: Implications for the REACH System, Andrew Knight, Jarrod Bailey, and Jonathan Balcombe

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Cancerous Contradictions: The Mis-Regulation of Human Carcinogens Based on Animal Data, Andrew Knight, Jarrod Bailey, and Jonathan Balcombe

Submissions from 2005

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Which Drugs Cause Cancer?, Andrew Knight, Jarrod Bailey, and Jonathan Balcombe

Submissions from 2004

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Ideology Masquerading as Science: The Case of Endocrine Disrupter Screening Programmes, Troy Seidle