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Animals In Medicine And Science 26 May 2000 Animal experiments — how do people form their opinions? Animals In Medicine And Science
Concern about science-related issues 6 March 2002 New MORI research identifies the science-related issues currently causing greatest concern to the public and reveals that scientists, government and the media need to do better over the funding and reporting of science. Concern about science-related issues
DNA 50th Anniversary Survey 9 May 2003 Fifty years after the discovery of the structure of DNA, a survey by the MORI Social Research Institute shows four in five British people (81%) are aware of at least one medical application when shown a list of eleven things made possible by the discovery of DNA. DNA 50th Anniversary Survey
Genetics Poll Shows Public's Confusion 12 March 2000 An alarming 65% of adults in Britain are confused and unclear as to what is meant by the term 'gene cloning' according to a recent MORI poll on genetics and cloning commissioned by Action Research, one of the UK's leading medical charities. Genetics Poll Shows Public's Confusion
Genetics Poll Shows Public's Confusion 12 March 2000 An alarming 65% of adults in Britain are confused and unclear as to what is meant by the term 'gene cloning' according to a recent MORI poll on genetics and cloning commissioned by Action Research, one of the UK's leading medical charities. Genetics Poll Shows Public's Confusion
Hidden Thousands Devastated By M.E. 9 May 2006 Results released from a GB-wide Ipsos MORI survey, show that a third (35%) of the general public have never even heard of M.E. when prompted, despite there being almost three times as many people with M.E. as M.S. Hidden Thousands Devastated By M.E.
Human Tissue Authority Public and Professional Stakeholder Evaluation 2013 26 November 2013 Public confidence and advocacy in the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) has increased, and public confidence in donation is boosted by regulation according to an Ipsos MORI survey. Human Tissue Authority Public and Professional Stakeholder Evaluation 2013
Keeping It Confidential: Public Attitudes Towards The Use Of Personal Health Information In Medical Research 6 July 2007 It is well established in the medical research community that research on the personal health records of large numbers of people can provide important insights and help make medical advances. However, to date, little work has been done to investigage how the public feel about the use of their personal health information. Keeping It Confidential: Public Attitudes Towards The Use Of Personal Health Information In Medical Research
Life Or Death Dilemma For Parents 29 March 1999 An amazing 30% of adults in Britain say they would consider an abortion if they discovered their unborn baby was affected by a serious inherited disease, according to a recent MORI poll commissioned by Action Research, one of the UK's leading medical research charities. Life Or Death Dilemma For Parents
Low Support For Baby Research 28 November 2001 Despite 1 in 3 (36%) people identifying that medical research has had more impact on people's lives than any other development over the last 50 years, only 7% wanted to see the greatest medical advances over the next 50 years made into conditions relating to pregnancy and birth. This would include such complications as premature birth. Low Support For Baby Research
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