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SUPPORT OUR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH

£20,358 of £45,000 raised

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1 in 8 women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. In partnership with Breast Cancer UK we want to raise £90,000 to fund an innovative research project that will help us to prevent the disease in more people in the future.

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Nearly 4 million animals were used in research in the UK in 2017 (latest Home Office statistics)


Every minute of every day, 7 animals are used in research in the UK


We have awarded grants to over 200 research projects since our foundation in 1970




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LATEST NEWS

Summer Student Zhuo Song

Supervised by Dr Yubing Shi at Northampton University, Zhuo Song is using computer modelling to help replace sheep and pig experiments in the clinical study of artificial hearts.


Summer Student Ze Lum

Supervised by Dr Christopher Rowlands at Imperial College London, Ze Lum is building a test system that mimics a real human eye, to automatically take full diagnostic maps of the retina, to help replace experiments on cats and monkeys.


Summer Student Thomas Clark

Supervised by Dr Zaynah Maherally at the University of Portsmouth, Thomas Clark is unlocking the role of pericytes (cells that line blood vessels) in an all-human blood-brain barrier model, to help replace rats and mice in brain tumour research.


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