Decline of Chimp Research | GenomeWeb

Pharmaceutical company Merck says that it will stop using chimpanzees in its biomedical research efforts, according to the Wall Street Journal. The company says newer technologies and alternate approaches can replace the use of chimpanzees in drug research.

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