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Records restored, Teen frog advocate, NIH falls short

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS March 2020 More Action Needed for Meaningful Transparency USDA has reposted animal welfare reports from inspections at regulated facilities, which had been removed from its website without warning in 2017. The restoration of unredacted records was the result … Continue reading

20/20 Vision To Help Animals In Labs

What can one person do? We know that animals have emotions and possess unique intelligence and sensitivity. And just like us, they experience fear and pain. And what could be more frightening and painful than having chemicals forced into your … Continue reading

You’ll go bananas for these chimps!

Happy Valentine’s Day from AAVS! Chimp Haven, the world’s largest chimpanzee sanctuary, is home to over 300 residents. At the sanctuary, chimpanzees formerly used in biomedical research spend their days in an environment designed especially for them, complete with expert … Continue reading

A New Decade for Animals

Dear Friend, The past year brought unprecedented challenges as animal experimenters pushed hard on their agenda to increase animal use and resist calls for accountability. But AAVS has pushed back with effective campaigns to defeat efforts to: deny chimpanzees retirement … Continue reading

They Would Thank You if They Could

Look who benefits when you support AAVS’s advocacy efforts and programs to achieve meaningful, lasting change for animals. Animals in labs are hidden and forgotten, but we work on their behalf every single day. With your help, so many lives … Continue reading

RE: You Choose And Animals Win

We wanted to be sure you saw the opportunity to have your gift to the Sanctuary Fund matched by a generous AAVS member. It’s only good until December 31, so please act now! We can’t thank you enough for your … Continue reading