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Phone: 1 (202) 857-0540
Fax: 1 (202) 659-1902
Mission: The National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR) is the only national nonprofit organization dedicated solely to advocating the role of humane use of animals in biomedical research. Founded in 1979, NABR provides the collective voice for the scientific community on national policy involving animal use in research, education and product safety testing. Working closely with our membership of over 350 public and private institutions and organizations, NABR promotes grassroots support among these universities, medical and veterinary schools, teaching hospitals, voluntary health agencies, professional societies, pharmaceutical companies and other research-related firms.
Publications: "NABR Update"; "NABR Alert"; "Crisis Management Manual"; "State Laws Concerning the Use of Animals in Research"; "NABR Annual Report"; "Directory of Animal Rights/Welfare Organizations"; "Resource Directory"
Last Updated: 2000-07-28
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