Better science

February 6, 2004

Cambridge University's decision to drop plans for a controversial primate research centre bodes well for humans and animals alike ("Primate centre 'was set to fail'", THES , January 30).

The contribution of non-animal modalities to medical science are where funding should now be concentrated.

Sheila Edwards
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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