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SUPPORT OUR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH

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A gift in your will to Animal Free Research UK is leaving a truly, lasting legacy: our tireless work saving animals from experiments will continue because of your kindness.
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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




With your help, we can free animals from laboratories for good.

Our work is funded entirely by your generous support. Your donation helps to fund some of the most advanced and successful human-related techniques in many areas of medical research including cancer, Alzheimer’s, asthma, heart and liver disease.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SKYDIVE FOR ANIMAL FREE RESEARCH

Do something amazing for animals and skydive from 10,000 feet to support our ground-breaking animal free research!

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The Big Half 2019

We have limited places available in The Vitality Big Half 2019. Raise funds and help to save animals from being used in medical research by securing your place today!

LATEST NEWS

Celebrating our Outstanding Fundraisers

This summer, we’ve been visiting our fundraising groups and Community Ambassadors and presenting them with awards to recognise and reward their amazing fundraising and volunteering for Animal Free Research UK.


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.


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