Jun 12, 2015

Hundreds of lab chimps to be retired - TODAY.com

This has been a very good week for chimpanzees and the people who love them. The federal government decided to dramatically reduce their use in invasive biomedical research and retire hundreds of chimps who've been in labs for decades. NBC's Lisa Myers reports.

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