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    Project RandR: Release and Restitution for Chimpanzees in U.S. Laboratories

    Focused on ending the use of chimpanzees in U.S. research. The U.S. is the last remaining large-scale user of chimpanzees in the world with an estimated 1,300 still held in labs.

    A comprehensive website focused on ending the use of chimpanzees in U.S. research.

    Includes articles chronicling the history of use of chimpanzees in air and space research, organ transplants, and fatal infections, as well as their current and most prevalent uses in research today.

    Also provides extensive online advocacy tools, including a 15-minute educational video.

    The U.S. is the last remaining major user of chimpanzees in research in the world. Seven countries including Great Britain and Austria have banned or severely limited chimpanzee use. An estimated 1,300 chimpanzees remain in U.S. labs.
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    333 Washington Street, Suite 850
    Boston, MA 02108 , MA 02108
    Contact Person: Karen Smith
    Phone: 617-532-6020
    Fax: 617-523-7925
    E-Mail: [email protected]

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