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Antidote Europe – Scientific committee promoting sound science

scientific committee promoting responsible science

is a not for profit NGO that promotes sound scientific methods of research and campaigns on issues of consumer safety.



L’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) estime que le glyphosate serait probablement cancérogène pour l’homme mais l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA) n’est pas d’accord…

Why animals are not good models for the study of human disease

Modern-day knowledge has shown us the biological uniqueness of each and every species.

L'appel de Jane Goodall

La célèbre primatologue Jane Goodall appelle à l’organisation d’un débat scientifique rigoureux pour évaluer l’affirmation que des expériences sur des primates non humains permettraient de trouver des traitements efficaces pour les maladies humaines.

People are not 70kg rats

In drug safety tests, using one species to represent another simply doesn’t work. We must replace animal tests with 21st-century science.

Open letter sent by Andre Menache to Cancer Research UK (CRUK)

Many medical charities who rely for their funding on the goodwill of the general public go on to use this money to support animal research in the mistaken belief that animal experiments will yield data that is relevant to human disease. In his letter to CRUK, Andre Menache presents scientific data to show that animal models are not able to predict human outcome.