[SECAL-L ] Fwd: EARA/EFPIA survey: EURL ECVAM recomendation on non-animal-derived antibodies

De: comunicacion@secal.es
Tue, 28 Jul 2020 16:37:05 +0200
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Buenas tardes,
EARA/EFPIA nos envían esta encuesta y nos invitan a contestarla, para tener una idea general sobre nuestra opinion acerca del uso o no de anticuerpos generados/producidos en animales o in vitro.
Son unas 17 preguntas y dan del plazo hasta el 7 de agosto para contestar.
El enlace: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/GNHU7R/?mc_cid=38d4d2bd4f&mc_eid=0f78c71593
Un saludo

Carlos Carnero / Garikoitz Azkona
Vocalia de Comunicacion Secal
comunicacion@secal.es

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> From: European Animal Research Association
> Date: 28 July 2020 at 15:36:15 CEST
> To: comunicacion@secal.es
> Subject: EARA/EFPIA survey: EURL ECVAM recomendation on non-animal-derived antibodies
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> EARA/EFPIA survey:
> EURL ECVAM recomendation on non-animal-derived antibodies
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> Please fill in the EARA/EFPIA survey by Friday 7 August
> EARA and EFPIA are interested in gathering feedback from the scientific community to develop a constructive overview of the current situation regarding the use of antibodies and the implications of the recent recommendations by EURL ECVAM.
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> EURL ECVAM recently published a report in which it recommended that animals should no longer be used for the development and production of antibodies for research, regulatory, diagnostic and therapeutic applications. EURL ECVAM went on to say that in the EU, the provisions of Directive 2010/63/EU should be respected and EU countries should no longer authorise the development and production of antibodies through animal immunisation, where robust, legitimate scientific justification is lacking.
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> While EURL ECVAM reports are not legally binding and implementation of the recommendations are at the discretion of decision makers and stakeholders, the report specifically mentions the legal requirement from the Directive 2010/63, which does not allow the use of animal-based methods when other methods not entailing the use of animals exist, which would allow obtaining the results sought (Articles 4 «Principle of replacement, reduction and refinement» and 13 «Choice of method»).
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> Following dissemination of the report, it is understood that some member states have already started to refuse authorisation of projects that request the development or use of animal-derived antibodies and this has raised strong concern amongst the scientific community (both academia and industry).
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> This is a confidential survey, however your name and address are required purely for use if we need further information or clarification about your responses.
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> Please fill in the EARA/EFPIA survey by Friday 7 August
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> For further information contact EARA Executive Director, Kirk Leech – kleech@eara.eu
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