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February 1, 1908

Royal Commission on Vivisection. Appendix to the Third Report of the Commissioners. Minutes of Evidence, April to July, 1907. Pp. vi-266.

JAMA. 1908;L(5):381-383. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530310057019

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Abstract

This volume contains the testimony of a number of prominent physiologists and others on both sides of the question. Besides the representatives of the antivivsection societies at whose instance the commission took up the subject, we have here the utterances on the subject of such authorities as Sir T. Lauder Brunton, Mr. Henry Morris, F.R.C.S., Major Rogers of the Medical College of Calcutta, Sir H. R. Swanzy, Prof. E. A. Schäfer, Dr. C. J. Martin and Dr. D. W. Buxton, lecturer on anesthetics in the University College Hospital of London. Drs. Brunton, Morris, Rogers, Swanzy and Schäfer review the history of physiologic progress, showing how much of it is due to animal experimentation and how the older investigators in this line, like Hales, Bell, and later Claude Bernard and others, laid down the foundations by experiments on animals on which our modern knowledge of physiology is based. Mr. Henry Morris

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