The future of animal testing in the UK
14 March 2012
Professor Max Headley from the University’s School of Physiology and Pharmacology was interviewed by BBC Radio 5 Live today [13 March 2012] on the future of animal testing in the UK following the announcement that the UK's main ferry operators, along with Eurotunnel, now refuse to bring animals into the country if used for medical research.
Professor Headley, Professor of Physiology at the University, was interviewed by Nicky Campbell alongside Alistair Currie from the animal rights group PETA and former Science Minister Lord Drayson on the programme, which is available to listen again on the BBC 5 Live Breakfast website (1 hr 08 minutes into the programme).
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