10 percent do not know2) There are now many sophisticated drug safety testing.

* Written reply from Home Office Minister Caroline Flint to parliamentary questions by Mike Hancock MP – Contact Information for Journalists of the EFMA, 0779 228 9066/ 01728 451436 the above questions were:1) Is that animal data can be misleading when applied to humans? 8 percent no, 10 percent do not know2) There are now many sophisticated drug safety testing, including pharmacogenetic studies using DNA chips, virtual human metabolism prediction programs and micro-dosing studies in which volunteers monitored using PET and other scanners. Do you want more confidence in a battery of tests as human – animal test data? 21 percent no, 28 percent do not know.

– The clinical relevance of animal testing must urgently analysis – a fact now accepted by the medical profession, but not by the government, which ‘has not commissioned or evaluated any formal research on the effectiveness of animal testing and has no plans to do so ‘.* A paper in the BMJ on 28 medicine is much in February 2004 asked: ‘Where is the evidence that animal testing benefits people? ‘If such evidence is not found, should benefit from the practice to refrain patients because they are not damaged by misleading data and also because the resources pouring currently in animal studies will be freed for clinical research..After Monmouth University poll institutes Director Patrick Murray, about 400,000 independently voters of – up to 15 percent the anticipated turnout – ballot thrown next month’s choice. In survey conducted in July conducted independently voters favors Christie 42 percent to 27 percent. However a poll showed Posted on Thursday that the groups now be favors Corzine 38 percent to 37 percent and 14 percent indecisive.

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