Review of harm-benefit analysis in the use of animals in research
Report of the Animals in Science Committee Harm-Benefit Analysis Sub-Group chaired by Professor Gail Davies. The Animals in Science Committee Harm-Benefit Analysis subgroup, chaired by Professor Gail Davies, has produced a review of the harm-benefit analysis (HBA). This review is an analysis of the underpinnings and implementation of the HBA which remains a crucial step in the justification of the use of animals in science. It is published in response to a ministerial commission.
Animals in Science Committee
This is the final version of the report. Available from the Home Office via the link in this record
Report of our review of the processes of harm-benefit analysis (HBA) carried out under the UK Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (A(SP)A).
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