Dr Bernard-Pellet explains why we should teach medical personnel and patients the art of healthy living through sensible lifestyle and nutrition.
Interview: Prevention is still the best medicine
Feb 11, ’12
Dec 7, ’11
There are many ways in which animals are used in science, but their role as models for predicting human outcome is especially controversial. Read ‘Are animal models predictive for humans?’ by Niall Shanks, Ray Greek and Jean Greek, originally published in Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine.
Press Release: Scientists question value of monkey experiments
Dec 6, ’11
An article published in the peer-reviewed Medicolegal and Bioethics presents a rare challenge not just to the ethics but also to the science of using non human primates in research.
Interview: Another courageous scientist
Dec 3, ’11
The following interview is with a scientist who wishes to remain anonymous. Her determination to pursue a scientific career without conducting animal experiments is an example for others to follow.
Mon 30 Aug 2010
The European Commission (EC) should not have launched the PL037712 Carcinogenomics project because the methods intended to be developed in the project are already well-established and known to the scientific community.