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|March of Dimes-Funded Animal Experiments: Commonly Asked Questions|
March of Dimes-Funded Animal Experiments: Commonly Asked Questions Animal Welfare 1. Does the March of Dimes still fund shocking animal experiments? 2. Is there any evidence for the poor treatment of animals in March of Dimes experiments? 3. How can there be any pain or suffe
|New Booklet Educates March of Dimes Sponsors About Animal Experiments|
Most businesses that support the March of Dimes (MOD) have no idea about the kinds of cruel and unnecessary animal experiments that the MOD funds. So PCRM has created a booklet to inform MOD sponsors about those experiments and to provide a list of alternative c
|PCRM Seeks to Reform the March of Dimes|
During April and May, the March of Dimes (MOD) sponsors WalkAmerica charity walks in hundreds of cities across the country. This year, PCRM hopes that many walkers will learn that the MOD has yet to take a stand against cruel and unnecessary animal experiments. In April, PCRM
|Contact the March of Dimes National Office|
Contact the March of Dimes National Office March of Dimes National Office 1275 Mamaroneck Ave. White Plains, NY 10605 National Office: 914-428-7100 Toll-Free: 888-99MARCH Mother's March: 800-99MARCH email: email@example.com See our advice on writing to health charities. You can also
|Help PCRM Reform the March of Dimes This Spring|
The March of Dimes’ (MOD) WalkAmerica fundraising season is heating up, and PCRM needs your help to inform walkers that the organization is not spending their donation money wisely. Most walkers don’t know that the country’s largest charity devoted to the health of babies continues to waste as muc
|Volunteer with PCRM to Encourage Ethical Research|
1. Ask the March of Dimes’ sponsors to support charities that do not fund experiments on animals. By educating corporate sponsors about the March of Dimes’ inhumane animal experiments, we can encourage sponsors to end their support of the
|PCRM Online | July 2006|
|Research Ethics News|
Charity in the Truest Sense Anita Magriplis, John Cielukowski, Meg Johnson, and Jennifer Wagner persuaded their employer to change policy and support only cruelty-free charities. Sponsoring charities that squander resources on senseless animal experiments is no way to cultivate a good corporate image. Wit
|PCRM Online | May 2006|
|Reform the March of Dimes|
Watch PCRM's Video "Reform the March of Dimes" Is the March of Dimes Spending Your Donation Wisely? Tell the March of Dimes to use your donation to support prenatal care, education, social programs, and modern human-based research, not wast
|Human-Relevant Research Helps Babies and Mothers|
Human-Relevant Research Helps Babies and Mothers The March of Dimes has funded a series of controversial experiments, including brain damaging and freezing newborn ferrets, injecting pregnant animals with cocaine, nicotine, and alcohol, tethering pregnant monkeys to cages by monitoring cables running through
|Sample Letter to March of Dimes' Celebrity Supporters|
Sample Letter to March of Dimes' Celebrity Supporters Please send us any responses you receive. Dear [Insert Celebrity’s Name Here]: I know that you do much to support charitable causes, and I applaud your dedication to improving children’s lives. As a celebrity spokesperson for the March of
|Pushing the March of Dimes Toward Compassionate Research|
Participants at March of Dimes WalkAmerica events seek to support the organization’s research and services. Most have no idea that the charity funds animal experiments, some of which have been extraordinarily cruel. So PCRM helped educate them with mobile billboards and volunteers at WalkAmerica events acros
|New Human-Based Study Refutes Past March of Dimes’ Findings on Visual Deprivation in Kittens|
Among the most infamous of the animal experiments funded by the March of Dimes was a study in which experimenters sewed the eyes of kittens closed in order to show that early visual deprivation permanently affects the brain. A new Massachusetts Institute of Technology study shows that the March of Dimes’ exp
|PCRM 2005: The Year in Review: Join Our March of Dimes Campaign|
Help us convince the March of Dimes to stop wasting money on cruel animal experiments and focus instead on ethical human studies, the real source of advances in birth defects research. We need volunteers to leaflet at March of Dimes’ fundraisers this spr