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|Dr. Neal Barnard|
08/12/2014 - Neal Barnard, M.D. Neal D. Barnard, M.D., is a nutrition researcher, author, and health advocate. Dr. Barnard conducts studies on the role of nutrition in diabetes, obesity, and lipid management, among other health issues. In 1985, Dr. Barnard established the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nonpr
04/03/2012 - Food for Life Media Coverage The vegan diaries: A work-at-home mom makes a hard-core diet change for a week News4Jax: New Year, New You with Heather Borders Bake Explains the Vegan Way of Life Food for Life Classes Help Northern Colorado Children Learn Healthy Eating Info Beating Illness with Healthy Liv
07/11/2011 - The Detroit News: U-M to end surgery on dogs Feb. 27, 2009 Michigan Live: University of Michigan agrees to stop using live dogs for medical class Feb. 26, 2009 The Detroit News: U-M ends practice of training surgeons on live dogs Feb. 26, 2009 D
|PCRM Online | July 2006|
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|Your Right to Know: Understanding Animal Experiments in Your Community|
04/29/2011 - Selecting a Facility or Experiment Animals in Education Collecting Information Bringing in the Law
|Help PCRM Respond to the Media|
02/02/2011 - See a newspaper or magazine article about nutrition or ethics in research that you think PCRM might like to respond to? Send them to us! Topics could include animal testing issues, stories about vegetarian diets, or articles that mention PCRM specifically. We will respond to articles as time permits. Please be sur
|Washington Post Exposes Government Failure to Replace Animal Testing; PCRM Scientists Quoted|
01/16/2011 - It isn’t often that the controversy over animal testing makes the cover of a U.S. newspaper. But last month, The Washington Post gave front-page placement to a lengthy exposé of a U.S. government panel that has failed miserably at doing its job: reducing and replacing the use of animals in safety testing