22nd August 2014

 

The Humane Research Trust is a registered charity that HELPS PEOPLE and SAVES ANIMALS.

The Trust raises the necessary finance to fund and promote pioneering medical research into human disease WITHOUT the use of animals or animal tissue. The aim is to eliminate the need for animals in human medical research.

The Humane Research Trust works WITH scientists, funding a wide range of research at a number of UK hospitals and universities.

The Trust also funds lectureships and studentships, which help to spread the message that humane research is the cost effective way to promote human health, quickly and with a clear conscience.

The Humane Research Trust, with its many supporters and scientific partners, will continue the work started, over thirty years ago, by its predecessor the Lawson Tait Trust to help people and save animals.

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Latest News and Events

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2014 PINK RIBBON TRIAL – ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS!

What a great weekend was had by all at the 2014 Pink Ribbon Trial. The total raised from the Saturday novice, new handlers, beginners & ISDS young handler’s trials was £469.50,  which, added to the total received so far from BTmydonate online donations and gift aid, has now surpassed £700.00. This is all to be donated to The Trust to help fund research into cancer.

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2015 PET PHOTO CALENDAR HAS ARRIVED IN STOCK!

Great news!  Our 2015 Pet Photo Calendar has arrived in stock. Place your orders now to avoid disappointment! Click on ‘Read more’ to see pictures of all of the winners and runners up.

 

 

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OUR SPRING 2014 NEWSLETTER HAS A REVAMP!

Our Spring 2014 Newsletter has finally had a facelift and is now ready to download by going to the top of the home page, click on News and Events, and then click on Newsletters. We hope you like the changes we have made. As standard, newsletters will be mailed out to all of our supporters who still prefer to receive hard copies in the post. Happy reading!


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HELP THE TRUST CELEBRATE 40 YEARS IN HUMANE RESEARCH

Exciting news!!  We have decided to put together a small commemorative book to celebrate the Trust’s 40th anniversary that will be sold to help raise funds. We are asking all of our supporters if you could speak to your family and friends and ask them to help come up with articles and pictures that they would like to see printed in the book.

 

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SCIENTISTS AT MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY MAKE THE NEWS

Drs Ian and Lynne Hampson from Manchester University’s Institute of Cancer Sciences, made the news this week, when they discussed the results of recent clinical trials they have conducted, concerning how a HIV drug can be used to reverse the effects of a virus that causes cervical cancer.

 

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FUN IN THE SNOW IS THE 2014 CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION WINNER!

We are very pleased to announce that the winner of our 2014 Christmas card competition is ‘Fun in the Snow’. The voting was very very close this year, and may we take this opportunity to thank all of those supporters who took the time to vote, we had a fantastic response to our request for help choosing the final winner!

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EMMA GODBOLD COMPLETES THE WALT DISNEY WORLD HALF MARATHON FOR THE TRUST

We are very pleased to advise that on Saturday 11th January 2014, Emma Godbold completed the Walt Disney World Half Marathon,  raising an amazing £455 for The Humane Research Trust!  Despite the high humidity levels, and a failing sports watch,  Emma reported that the run went really well.

 

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THE EASIEST WAY TO DONATE TO THE TRUST

You can now donate to The Humane Research Trust simply by sending a text message from your mobile phone, no matter what network you are on. All you have to do is text THRT12 followed by the amount you would like to donate to 70070 , it really couldn’t be easier!

 

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