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Today, St George’s, University of London has launched a Coronavirus Action Fund to support research in response to the coronavirus pandemic and continue work to improve health.
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An international group of researchers believe there is enough evidence that anti-malarial drugs could be repurposed to treat COVID-19 and that they should be assessed for efficacy in clinical trials.
The BRF is responsible for ensuring that research requiring animals at St George's is carried out with the best possible welfare standards.
St George's is committed to developing and using alternatives to the use of animals whenever possible. Find out how animal research requests are assessed at St George's.
We are committed to a policy of openness and transparency in every respect, and the use of animals by scientists to find treatments and cures for medical conditions is no different.
Information on the number of animals used for scientific procedures under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 are reported annually to the UK Home Office.
The following links will provide information about organisations associated with animals in medical research.
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