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Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Speakers
    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
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Speakers
    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
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Speakers
    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
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Speakers
    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
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Agenda
  Agenda   Thursday, August 26, 2010 7:15 a.m. Registration and Breakfast 8 a.m.
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Agenda
  Agenda   Thursday, August 26, 2010 7:15 a.m. Registration and Breakfast 8 a.m.
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Agenda
  Agenda   Thursday, August 26, 2010 7:15 a.m. Registration and Breakfast 8 a.m.
Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Agenda
  Agenda   Thursday, August 26, 2010 7:15 a.m. Registration and Breakfast 8 a.m.
Beyond Frogs and Formaldehyde
By Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., and Allison George Every week, PCRM receives inquiries about alternatives to dissection from students, teachers, and concerned parents. Some need help phasing out dissection at their schools; others want information about the best alternatives.
Beyond Frogs and Formaldehyde
By Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., and Allison George Every week, PCRM receives inquiries about alternatives to dissection from students, teachers, and concerned parents. Some need help phasing out dissection at their schools; others want information about the best alternatives.
Beyond Frogs and Formaldehyde
By Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., and Allison George Every week, PCRM receives inquiries about alternatives to dissection from students, teachers, and concerned parents. Some need help phasing out dissection at their schools; others want information about the best alternatives.
Beyond Frogs and Formaldehyde
By Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., and Allison George Every week, PCRM receives inquiries about alternatives to dissection from students, teachers, and concerned parents. Some need help phasing out dissection at their schools; others want information about the best alternatives.
The Use of Animals for Physiology Instruction at the Medical College of Wisconsin
A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C. October 11, 2006 (Revised December 20, 2007) I. Executive summary Twenty years ago, live dogs, cats, pigs and other animals were commonly used in physiology, pharmacology, and surgery courses at medical schools. A sta
The Use of Animals for Physiology Instruction at the Medical College of Wisconsin
A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C. October 11, 2006 (Revised December 20, 2007) I. Executive summary Twenty years ago, live dogs, cats, pigs and other animals were commonly used in physiology, pharmacology, and surgery courses at medical schools. A sta
The Use of Animals for Physiology Instruction at the Medical College of Wisconsin
A Report by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C. October 11, 2006 (Revised December 20, 2007) I. Executive summary Twenty years ago, live dogs, cats, pigs and other animals were commonly used in physiology, pharmacology, and surgery courses at medical schools. A sta

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