Animals containing human material

Animals containing human tissues, cells or genetic information are used to refine research methods, creating animal models that better represent human disease and which can be used to develop new treatments.

A report by the Academy of Medical Sciences examined the scientific, social, ethical, safety and regulatory aspects of research involving animals containing human material (ACHM). It made recommendations for the future regulation of research of this and identified proposed that experiments involving ACHM classified into three categories, to help determine the level of regulatory scrutiny required.

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