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Air France Announces End to Research Monkey Transport
The shift is likely to add to an ongoing shortage of primates used in labs, which could slow progress in future COVID-19 vaccine development and other areas.
Air France Announces End to Research Monkey Transport
Air France Announces End to Research Monkey Transport

The shift is likely to add to an ongoing shortage of primates used in labs, which could slow progress in future COVID-19 vaccine development and other areas.

The shift is likely to add to an ongoing shortage of primates used in labs, which could slow progress in future COVID-19 vaccine development and other areas.

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