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Perhaps more important, certain problems in the British economy were obvious by the late 1950s. Compulsory insurance, state programmes etc belong to pre-war and early post-war years, they are out of date in modern society. Prochaska, F. (1990) "Philanthropy" in F. Before officially opening the training facility, Barrett used consultation from Dr. As an agent of the institution, the IACUC shall with respect to PHS-conducted or supported activities: review at least once every six months the institution's program for humane care and use of animals, using the Guide as a basis for evaluation; 7 as a basis for evaluation; prepare reports of the IACUC evaluations conducted as required by IV.

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