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No robust scientific evidence that animal tests reliably predict human safety and efficacy,
Coronavirus vaccine: a need for quick but humane and human-relevant action
27 March 2020
Even though the extensive preclinical studies are only skipped due to the time pressure of formulation of an effective vaccine, the question arises, how reliable are they really and how much do they reveal about the safety of drugs?
What has COVID-19 taught us, and will it help us get rid of animal testing?
22 March 2020
Significant steps are being taken in Scotland to develop a commercial vaccine for rainbow trout fry syndrome (RTFS).
High hopes for new rainbow trout vaccine
17 February 2020
It's probably due to a hot summer and a bad vaccine.
Use of antibiotics for fish in Denmark has doubled in a year
26 September 2019
An in-depth interview with Peter J. Wolf and Dan Spehar about the importance and effectiveness of TNVR, and how regular people can get involved in helping community cats.
The importance of trap-neuter-vaccinate-return and citizen engagement
25 September 2019
September 28, 2019 will be the 13th World Rabies Day, the global day of action and raising awareness for prevention of rabies.
Get ready for World Rabies Day 2019 on 28 September
11 September 2019
African swine fever (ASF), the most significant threat to the pig industry worldwide, has spread to more than 55 countries on three continents, and it affects more than 77% of the world swine population.
First oral vaccination of Eurasian wild boar against African swine fever virusshows promising results
26 April 2019
There has been a spike in people refusing to vaccinate pets against deadly diseases, including some that can infect humans
‘Sentencing their dog to death’: how the anti-vax movement spread to pets
5 April 2019