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Animal research: regulation maze


Researchers are moving towards openness in animal research, but Australian states have different rules

For the Australian public, the question of whether animals should be used in scientific research has no clearcut answer.

A study by the Australia-New Zealand Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching (ANZCCART) published in July found that public support in Australia for animal research is highly conditional on the type of animal used and the purpose of the research.

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