The use of animals in neuroscience research (morally)-Role of animal welfare societies
-Neuroscientists accept certain moral responsibilities.
•Ensure that experiments are worthwhile and well planned.
•Eliminate or minimize pain and distress to the animal.
All possible alternatives must be considered first.
•Abolition of animal use
•Animal rights activists
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