The Dr Hadwen Trust ( DHT ) is a British medical research charity that funds and promotes non-animal techniques to replace animal experiments.    Founded in 1970, the work carried out by Dr Hadwen trust develops reliable science while avoiding animal testing.
Originally registered with the Charity Commission to charity number 261096, was Dr. Hadwen trust incorporated as a charitable company (registered charity number 1146896) in 2013. In 2015 Dr. Hadwen confidence was registered as a charity in Scotland (SC045327).
Projects that receive funding from Dr. Hadwen confidence extends from epilepsy, multiple sclerosis,  chest  and skin cancer, meningitis, asthma, diabetes, and drug testing for arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, lung injury, whooping cough, vaccine testing, dentistry, heart disease, tropical disease, fetal development , brain tumors and AIDS.
Dr. Hadwen trust promotes the use of non-animal research through its funding, publications, scientific community outreach and media.
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