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    New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS)



    The New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS) educates the public about the cruelty, waste, and scientific limits and dangers of animal research. NEAVS works to change laws and practices that affect animals in laboratories, promote non-animal research and teaching methods, and support rescue efforts and permanent sanctuaries for those few animals who make it out of research alive.
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    Address:
    333 Washington Street, Suite 850
    Boston , MA 02108
    USA
    Contact Person: Karen Smith
    Phone: 617-523-6020
    Fax: 617-523-7925
    E-Mail: info@neavs.org
    Website: http://www.neavs.org
       


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    The New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS) educates the public about the cruelty, waste, and scientific limits and dangers of animal research. N

    NEAVS works to change laws and practices that affect animals in laboratories, promote non-animal research and teaching methods, and support rescue efforts and permanent sanctuaries for those few animals who make it out of research alive.

    The organization was founded in 1895 by a small group of prominent Boston citizens including physicians and lawyers in response to the growing threat of vivisection, including the opening of one of the nationís first laboratories for animal experimentation at Harvard University.

    NEAVSí corporate headquarters are located in Boston, Massachusetts Ė long a hot-bed of animal experimentation. NEAVSí Boston-based education affiliate is the Ethical Science and Education Coalition (ESEC).


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