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|PCRM Online | September 2005|
September 2005 Physicians Committee for Respo
|Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., M.S.|
Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., M.S., is a research scientist with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), a nationwide organization of physicians and laypersons that promotes preventive medicine, especially good nutrition, and addresses controversies
|PCRM Online | June 2006|
|PCRM Online | July 2006|
|PCRM Online | March 2005|
March 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicin
|PCRM Online | June 2005|
June 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
|Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., on Pleasurable Kingdom|
In laboratories, animals are treated essentially like medical supplies. They are shipped in, studied, and disposed of. But increasingly, scientists are coming to understand the complexities of animals’ psychological and social lives. PCRM ethologist Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.
|PCRM Online | May 2006|
|PCRM Online | March 2006|
|PCRM Online | April 2006|
April 2006 Physicians Committee for Responsib
|PCRM Online | November 2005|
November 2005 Physicians Committee for Respon
|PCRM Online | January 2006|
|PCRM Online | January 2005|
January 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
|PCRM Online | February 2006|
February 2006 Physicians Committee for Respon
|PCRM Online | December 2005|
December 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsi