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February 1, 1908

THE BRITISH VIVISECTION BLUE-BOOK.

JAMA. 1908;L(5):370. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530310046011

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Abstract

The situation in Great Britain as regards the cumbersome restrictions placed on animal experimentation is interesting and full of suggestion for us in this country. In another column this week we review the mass of evidence on the subject at the hearing of the Royal Commission in England. We have already commented on the attempt to make a law restricting animal experimentation in New York. It certainly behooves the profession to be informed on this subject if the beneficent results which have accrued to science and life-saving are to continue untrammeled.

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