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Ethical Research and Education Fact Sheets
02/27/2013 - ABOUT PCRM PCRM: Advocates for Ethical Standards in Research, Advocates for Preventive Medicine Through Good Nutrition This brochure explains the dual mission of PCRM and how you can take part in our exciting work. 2 pages. < Download PDF
Nutrition News Releases
02/07/2012 - 2012 The Stalled “Let’s Move” Campaign Needs to Get Back in Gear, Doctors Say August 8, 2012 Doctors Petition USDA to Remove Milk as Required Food from School Lunches July 19, 2012 Billboard Near Kauffman Stadium Warns All-Star Fans of Hot Dog-Cancer Link July 9, 2012
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Agenda
05/02/2011 -   Agenda   Thursday, August 26, 2010 7:15 a.m. Registration and Breakfast 8 a.m.
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Speakers
05/02/2011 -     Speakers Experts from around the world have come together to discuss the scientific and ethical imperatives associated with animal research, changing cultural perspectives about the status of animals in society, and burgeoning alternatives to animal research. Following is a preliminary list of spea
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
Animal Testing and Animal Experimentation Issues
03/06/2011 - The replacement of animal testing and animal experimentation with nonanimal techniques often yields both ethical and technical advantages. Clinical, epidemiological, and pathological investigations remain the foundation of research on human disease. Although animals are often used when ethical or practical issues h
Beyond Animal Research Archive
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