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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
|Washington Post Exposes Government Failure to Replace Animal Testing; PCRM Scientists Quoted|
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
|Your Right to Know: Understanding Animal Experiments in Your Community|
Selecting a Facility or Experiment Animals in Education Collecting Information Bringing in the Law
Food for Life Media Coverage Natural Foodie: Eating for Health | Diet Moves to the Front Lines in the War on Disease Food for Life Adds Fun and Health to Diet Nurse-Created Food for Life Program Incorporates Healthy Practices Rooted in Native American Culture Children Can Learn to 'Eat the Rainbow' Food for Life
|Help PCRM Respond to the Media|
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
|PCRM Online | July 2006|
|The March of Dimes and Nicotine Experiments|
“The creation of [the tobacco industry research institutes] and the work performed was nothing but a hoax created for public relations purposes….” —U.S. District Court Judge J. Lee Sarokin A March of Dimes-funded animal experimenter made headlines recently, p
|Ethical and Scientific Problems Plague Animal Testing|
Scientists continue to note problems with translating data from animal experiments to human conditions, according to a scientific article co-authored by PCRM scientific adviser Nancy Beck, Ph.D. The article, published in PLoS ONE, looks at efforts to objectively evaluate discrepancies between animal “models&rdqu
|PCRM Online October 2012|
October 2012 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
|Chemical Testing Resources|
Chemical Testing Resources PCRM Fact Sheets and Publications | Links | Scientific Articles PCRM Fact Sheets and Publications PCRM Testimony before the Superfund, Toxics, and Environmental Health Subcommittee of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Assessing the Safe Chemicals Act,
|Doctors Weigh in on|
WASHINGTON—Doctors and dietitians with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine are available for interviews on two major nutrition stories—a cover article in yesterday's New York Times Magazine about the Atkins Diet and
|Alec Baldwin, Other Celebs Turn Out for PCRM Gala|
WASHINGTON—Celebrities and supporters of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) turned out on Saturday night, April 16, for PCRM’s 20th anniversary gala celebration in Washington. Master of ceremonies Alec Baldwin was joined by Alicia Silverstone, Daryl Hannah, film director Morgan Spu
|PCRM Online | March 2009|
|PCRM Online | February 2009|
|PCRM Online | August 2006|