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For chimps no longer needed for research, smoothies and sanctuary

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 15, 2016
When the National Institutes of Health quit funding biomedical testing on chimpanzees last year, that put most research chimps out of work.
Sarah Baeckler Davis at a sanctuary in North Georgia for chimps retiring from private research labs.
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NIH chimps program retired

by David Weinberg Jun 27, 2013
The National Institutes of Health just announced that it's going to drastically reduce the number of chimpanzees it keeps in captivity for medical research.