U.S. laboratory chimps under the microscope in Washington

Controversy surrounding use of chimpanzees in bio-medical research is re-surfacing in the United States as legislation outlawing the practice is being considered by Congress. The government owns or pays for several hundred chimps for use as subjects for vaccine tests, and there’s a body of scientific opinion that wants to keep it that way. Rob Muir reports.

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