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|PCRM Online Archive|
June 2013: Read this Issue> Physicians Committee Petitions Air Force to End Animal Use; Watch Dr. Barnard Discuss Power Foods on the ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show’; Toxicity Testing Workshop Recommends Replacing Animal Tests; Kickstart India Returns!; Improving Toxicity Testing through the Chemical Sa
|PCRM 2012: The Year in Review|
GOOD NUTRITION Kickstart Reaches China, India, and Latin America New international versions of PCRM’s 21-Day Vegan Kickstart introduce vegan diets to people around the world with meat- and dairy-free versions of traditional recipes. The Chinese-language 21-Day Healthy Challenge launched in March, and the Spanis
|Good Medicine Archive|
2013 Issues Escaping the Research Mousetrap Good Medicine Winter 2013 Vol. XXII, No. 1 Can We End Alzheimer's?
|Fighting for Ethical Research and Better Health: A Review of 1998|
RESEARCH REFORM Our program for alternatives to animal laboratories in medical education continues to grow, with ten medical schools receiving a special media/advertising blitz—Boston University, St. Louis Uni
|A Response to Food/Tobacco Industry Attacks|
Groups funded by the tobacco, meat, dairy, or chemical industries sometimes attack health advocacy and research organizations, including the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). Such industry-funded groups include the "Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF)." This background paper describes th
|1999: The Year in Review|
The year brought a continuing firestorm of controversy over massive animal testing programs promoted by Vice President Al Gore and the Environmental Protection Agency. The first, called the High Production Volume Challenge, aims to use hundreds of thousands of animals to test industrial chemicals that ar
|PCRM 2010: The Year in Review|
It’s been an amazing year at PCRM. We celebrated our 25th anniversary and kicked off our next quarter century with extraordinary accomplishments for people and animals. Here are a few highlights. GOOD NUTRITION Improving School Lunches PCRM experts worked all year to promote better nutrition in schools. In
|PCRM 2004: The Year in Review|
There’s no doubt about it: 2004 was PCRM’s most exciting year since our founding in 1985. Thanks to the support of our generous members and the help of an ever-growing team of staff and volunteers, PCRM accomplished a staggering amount over the past 12 months.
|2002: The Year in Review|
In February, an investigation by researchers at PCRM and Georgetown University School of Medicine exposed the little known practice of prescribing estrogens to tall girls in order to suppress their growth. A full report appeared in the February 2002 Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. Avon, the largest
|PCRM 2001: The Year in Review|
Winter Thanks to the efforts of research coordinator Kathryn Kuhn, PCRM joined other health care organizations to form the Council on Humane Giving, which will issue the Humane Charity Seal of Approval to charities that utilize only nonanimal research methods. PCRM launched the Web site www.HumaneSeal.
|PCRM 2003: The Year in Review|
The close of 2003 marks another year of growth and increased effectiveness for PCRM. Remarkable success has been achieved in medical schools, where animal labs are steadily being replaced with better methods. Interest in vegetarian diets on the part of the media, consumer
|2011 Year in Review|
GOOD NUTRITION Changing Federal Nutrition Policy When the revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans were unveiled in January 2011, they showed PCRM’s influence with the strongest language yet favoring vegetarian and vegan diets. PCRM first presented the Power Plate to the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 200
|PCRM Online | December 2008|
|PCRM Online November 2012|
|PCRM Online September 2012|
September 2012 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine