Using Smarter Science to Tackle Pancreatic Cancer

As a second-year recipient of the NAVS/International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER) Graduate Fellowship, T.J. Puls is passionate about developing better, and more humane, cancer models to improve human health. Under the mentorship of Dr. Sherry Voytik-Harbin, T.J. has been … Continued

State Bills Address Animal Research

While the federal Animal Welfare Act governs the care and use of animals in the laboratory, individual state actions can have an impact on the use of animals for research. Here are a few state bills whose passage will benefit … Continued

Your Comments to the EPA Can Save Animals.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently developing a Strategic Plan to ensure that alternative test methods aimed at reducing, refining and replacing vertebrate animal testing for chemical substances are developed and implemented. And they want to hear from you. … Continued

The gift that keeps on giving

This holiday season, wouldn’t it be nice if you could make a gift from your heart that you knew would save lives—now and in the future? When you make a holiday donation to the NAVS Sanctuary Fund, not only are … Continued

Smarter science saves animals

Innovative research methods are helping develop personalized treatments for cancer. Advancements are being made in finding ways to prevent or cure illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s disease, that were once thought untreatable. New ways to study and prevent epidemics like the … Continued

Your gift to animals seeking freedom

We can’t imagine what it’s like in those first few moments when the animals that have been helped through the NAVS Sanctuary Fund first realize they’re free—whether it’s from years of abuse in a laboratory, from an awful hoarding and … Continued