Animal Experiments Are Expensive and Take a Long Time

Animal experimentation can prolong and mislead the discovery of potential drugs in many medical fields.

One of the biggest problems with animal experimentation is that animal experiments are expensive and take a long time to conduct.

Keeping, breeding, and testing on animals is incredibly expensive!

The cost of developing a new drug (which includes everything from the research stage to obtaining approval) costs approximately 1.5 billion USD (~ 2.4 billion NZD).1

The time it takes to develop one drug (including both animal and human trials) can range between 3.6 and 14.4 years.2

It shouldn’t cost this much or take this long to find usable treatments for suffering people.

With your help we can end animal experimentation in Aotearoa.