Laboratory animal pain: a history of bad science?
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Professor Richard Clutton delivers a talk on the evolution of laboratory animal pain and testing in science. Beginning in the classical era and following through to present day, Professor Clutton offers a comprehensive look at the main events, figures, publications and legislative changes in the evolution of animal pain and animal testing.
This lecture was part of the event 'The past, present and future of pain control and pain medicine section agm'. It was held at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 29th May 2015
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