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8 Interactive Sessions
Pages 43-46

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... In the process, Kurtz derived a list of tasks individuals need to complete before transporting animals, including the questions and issues listed in Box 8-1. BOX 8-1 Questions and Issues to Consider in Transporting Laboratory Animals • If shipping rodents, can frozen embryos or sperm be shipped instead of live animals?
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... • Ensure that individuals who are handling the animals are trained and aware of protection practices, whether wearing gloves and a mask for handling rodents or full protective gear for handling NHPs. • Develop an emergency rescue network based on the USDA's Animal Welfare Act Contingency Regulation.
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... Unless special permission is obtained from CDC and FWS, the animals must be imported through a designated FWS port. Furthermore, because they must be quarantined, they need to go to a CDC-approved quarantine site.

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