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Why Animal Studies?

Safety and maximum efficacy are the central requirements when it comes to developing new medicines. In order to meet these key criteria in drug research, animal studies are as essential now as they have ever been - as well as being a legal requirement. As a research company, Bayer is aware of its responsibilities: both towards the people who hope for a cure or an improvement in their illness and towards the animals as our fellow creatures.» more
Research
Research
All for Human Safety
By the time a new medicine arrives on the pharmacy shelves, it usually has between ten and twelve years of intense research behind it.
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Animals
Animals
No more Animals than Legally Required
For a research-based company such as Bayer, work involving animals is essential - if you want to understand biological relationships, you have to conduct studies.
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Responsibility
Responsibility
How Does Bayer Meet its Responsibilities?
Bayer’s principles on animal welfare and animal studies highlight our commitment to the well-being of laboratory animals.
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Last updated: February 23, 2016

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