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Come See Our World (CSOW) is a project of Americans for Medical Progress (AMP). CSOW and AMP connect reporters with information, research contacts, pictures and videos to provide a current and accurate profile of the importance of animals in biomedical research and testing. Reporters may reach us at media@amprogress.org or by calling…

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Come See Our World!

Come See Our World (CSOW) is your window into the world of life changing research involving animals. We invite you to see the animals that are integral to medical progress.  Advancements in human and animal health would not be possible without these important animals, as well as their caregivers, researchers,…

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Animals in Research

Touchscreen Research Method

The Oregon National Primate Research Center is currently evaluating various forms of research methods to improve traditional cognitive testing. This Rhesus macaque is using a touchscreen to determine his cognitive ability as part of a neuroscience research project. He is being shown a video of other monkeys, in place of…

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Animals in Research

Research Ferrets Co-nursing a Litter

Jills – female ferrets – are incredibly friendly and social and often sleep cuddled together. Research ferrets are housed so that they can exhibit their natural behaviors, keeping them happy and healthy.  Jills with litters spend most of their time in the nests nursing and cuddling with kits. Jills will…

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Photo permission for Oregon National Primate Research Center

Oregon National Primate Center at OHSU offers select photos and videos for educational purposes. To use these materials, you must: Provide credit to Oregon National Primate Research Center/OHSU. Refrain from altering, manipulating, transforming or building upon this work (“derivative work”). Avoid commercial use or uses that do not accurately reflect…

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Acknowledgements

Come See Our World is a collaborative effort to share the true image of research involving animals.  Thank you to our many media contributors, content providers, experts and internet sources. AnimalResearch.info Baylor College of Medicine California National Primate Research Center / Kathy West Foundation for Biomedical Research Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical…

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Photo permission for California National Primate Research Center

The photos from the California National Primate Center are provided to assist you with your educational and academic needs. These photos are protected by Copyright, California National Primate Research Center, University of California Davis. You are allowed to download photos from this website as long as the photos are: Properly…

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Animals in Research

Love, Care, Progress: Inside a Nonhuman Primate Research Facility

Love, Care, Progress: Inside a Nonhuman Primate Research Facility highlights the critically important role of nonhuman primates in health research. This moving story is meant to serve as a conversation starter about the irreplaceable benefits of animal studies and the high standards of care these amazing creatures receive. Viewers will…

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Species Entry

Sheep

Sheep have a similar physiology to humans, can get many of the same diseases, have a short gestation period, and their young are born at a similar weight to human babies. These characteristics are valuable in research studies related to respiratory diseases and fetal development. Sheep have contributed to many medical…

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