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In the name of science : issues in responsible animal experimentation
F. Barbara Orlans.
 
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  Stacks (4th floor) HV4915 .O75 1993 (Browse Shelf) Available
       
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  • ISBN: 0195070437 (alk. paper)
  • OCLC Number: 27035096
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-282) and index.
  • Special Collections copy: Includes dust jacket.
  • Special Collections copy: Inscribed by author: "To Victor Sheffer with tribute for your life's work, Barbara Olans, Dec. 1993"
  • Also available online to subscribers of netLibrary via the WWW.
Table of Contents

1. The Beginnings of Institutionalized Animal Experimentation: Nineteenth-Century Highlights -- 2. Current Attitudes and Ethical Arguments -- 3. Major Issues -- 4. Legislation and the Growth of Protagonist Organizations -- 5. Animal Subjects and Alternatives -- 6. Protocol Review -- 7. Community Members on Animal Review Committees -- 8. Animal Pain Scales in Public Policy: An International Perspective -- 9. Pain, Suffering, and Death: Warm- and Cold-Blooded Vertebrates, Mollusks, and Insects -- 10. Testing -- 11. From Sunshine Laws and Civil Disobedience to Raids -- 12. The Use of Animals in Education -- 13. The Source of Laboratory Dogs and Cats: Pound versus Purpose-Bred Animals --14. Editorial Responsibilities and Issues -- 15. Looking Ahead -- Appendix A: Animals Used in Experimentation, FY 1973-1990 -- Appendix B: Funding Sources for Targeted Programs to Promote Alternatives -- Appendix C: Sunshine Laws.
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