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Anne Frame

Anne Frame

Communications manager for Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments. We want to put an end to animal testing,

Is it time to change the ‘gold standard’in pharmaceutical R&D?

Victorian anti-vivisection propaganda

FRAME attended the Prague World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences

FRAME's new banner.

Marvelous Me! Paper Bag Human Body Project; use the picture and adapt it to fit into interactive notebook.

The human heart stripped of fat and muscle

Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of squamous cell carcinoma (cancer) cells from a human mouth. The many blebs (lumps) and microvilli (small projections) on the cells' surfaces are typical of cancer cells.

FRAME essay competition winner discusses 'human on a chip' alternatives to animal testing.

Dear God, Please help those humans have more compassion for the rest of Your creations.

The cutest bunny

Panda Friendly Fluff. | The 33 Fluffiest Animals On The Planet

Check out FRAME's new alternatives timeline. It's a work in progress but growing every day.

Scanning Electron Microscopy- Cochlear hair cells

No Furs on Us 1913. "International Anti-Vivisection Congress against cruelty to animals." -

Vivisection is scientific fraud.

FRAME (Fund for the Replacement of animals in Medical Experiments) is working to find replacements for animal experiments.

Human liver cells in culture at the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory. These will be used to test potential treatments for liver disease without using animals.

Hi, we're a Nottingham-based science charity devoted to finding alternatives to the use of animals in laboratories.

Great photos of barbary apes at Trentham Monkey Forest (Stoke, Staffs, UK)

Rescued hoglet. Now residing at a wildlife hospital in Derby.

Tell Israel to outlaw monkey breeding farms! Most of the 1,500 monkeys will be sold to labs for painful toxicology experiments!

Just Nuisance, enlisted in the Navy on 25 August 1939. His trade was listed as "Bonecrusher" and his religious affiliation as "Scrounger", although it was later altered to the more charitable "Canine Divinity League (Anti-Vivisection)". To allow him to receive rations and because of his longstanding unofficial service he was promoted from Ordinary Seaman to Able Seaman. Statue in Simonstown, South Africa