If we accept the idea that animal models are holding back drug development due to a potential inability to predict safety and efficacy in humans, what can be done to […]
Picture a dairy cow with the black and white spots we all know and love, mooing happily in a grassy field. Does this dairy cow have horns? In your mind’s eye, it shouldn’t. But that’s only because the horns are removed when the cows are young, around four weeks old, with a procedure called disbudding.