The Association of Medical Research Charities says a lot of the increase in animal procedures over the past decade can be attributed to the breeding of genetically modified animals, which is done to isolate particular genetic strains for medical research.
What does AMRC stand for?
AMRC stands for Association of Medical Research Charities
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We have 87 other meanings of AMRC in our Acronym Attic
- Anderson Mill Road Baptist Church (Moore, SC)
- Accès Multiple par Répartition en Code (French)
- Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (UK)
- Advanced Materials Research Centre
- Advanced Medical Research Center (various locations)
- American Manufacturing Research Consortium
- American Mobile Radio Corporation
- American Music Research Center (University of Colorado; Boulder, CO)
- Asia Monitor Research Centre (Hong Kong)
- Association Marocaine du Commerce en Rés (French)
- Association of Municipal Recycling Coordinators
- Automotive Market Research Council (est. 1966)
- Auxiliary Master Reference Cube
- Advanced Multi Role Combat Aircraft
- American Miniature Racing Car Association
- Advanced Manufacturing Research and Collaboration Cluster (Iowa Business Council)
- Abbotsford Mission Recycling Depot (Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada)
- Accidental Magic Reversal Department (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban)
- Annual Medical Research Day (Zimbabwe)
- Army Modernization Reference Data
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The breakfast is organised by the Association of Medical Research Charities and Life Sciences UK and will discuss the challenges in translating medical research into patient outcomes.
But this could take too long in a public health emergency, argues Dr Sophie Petit-Zeman at the Association of Medical Research Charities.
In their letter to MPs, the Association of Medical Research Charities and the Genetic Interest Group said the bill would "allow new avenues of scientific inquiry to be pursued which could greatly increase our understanding of serious medical conditions affecting millions of people throughout the UK, and ultimately lead to new treatments".
The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) has 112 members with assets of about pounds 16 billion.
A lot of universities have been very inventive: for example, calling bits of buildings by different names, putting a conference centre next door and keeping the lab separate," says Diana Garnham, chief executive of the Association of Medical Research Charities.