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|Great Ape Protection and Cost Saving Act Co-Sponsors|
Great Ape Protection and Cost Saving Act Co-Sponsors Updated June 28, 2012 If your congressperson is not on this list, please ask them to co-sponsor the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act > S. 810 Co-Sponsors : 18 Sen. Cantwell, Maria [WA] (introduced bill) Sen. Akaka, Daniel K. [HI] Sen. Begich, Ma
PCRM has dozens of experts available for interviews, including physicians, registered dietitians, Ph.D.s in human nutrition, and scientists. These professionals are located throughout the country, and many have extensive on-air experience. The following is just a small sampling of our available experts. Please call PC
|National Chimpanzee Call-In Week Resources|
It's National Call-In Week for Chimpanzees in Laboratories. Please call your members of Congress today, and ask them to co-sponsor the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act (S. 810/H.R. 1513), which will end painful experiments on chimpanzees. Please use the following re
|Nearly Half of Supermarket Chicken Tainted by Feces|
Nearly half the chicken products marketed by national brands and sold in supermarkets are contaminated with feces, according to a new PCRM report. The report, which was covered by the New York Times, is based on independent laboratory test results of chicken samples from 15 grocery store chains in 10 major U.S. cities
|Human Experimentation: An Introduction to the Ethical Issues|
The Scandal Unfolds Tuskegee Studies Unnecessary Drugs Mean Unnecessary Experiments
|Priorities for Research in Spinal Cord Injury|
Priorities for Research in Spinal Cord Injury Research on spinal cord injuries aims to prevent, minimize, or repair neural tissue damage, reduce the sequelae of injury, and improve function. While animals have been used by a number of investigators, other avenues of resear
|Section One: Approaching the Victim of Partner Abuse|
Signs of Abuse: What Physicians Should Look For Intervention Domestic Violence Education in the Medical Curriculum
|Your Right to Know: Understanding Animal Experiments in Your Community|
Selecting a Facility or Experiment Animals in Education Collecting Information Bringing in the Law
|PCRM Online April 2012|
|Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries|
Human Experiments: Redrawing the Ethical Boundaries Late 1993 was marked by revelations that hundreds of nonconsenting Americans had been used in radiation tests that began in the 1940s and continued much longer. The full facts of these experiments are not yet known. Earlier in the year, the National Academy of Sc
|Section Four: Physician-Assisted Suicide And Capital Punishment: What Role Should Physicians Play?|
Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Arguments AGAINST Permitting Physician-Assisted Suicide Arguments FOR Permitting Physician-Assisted Suicide
|Animals, Research, and Alternatives: John Gluck, Ph.D.|
Speakers John Gluck, Ph.D. University of New Mexico; Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University Presentation: What is Missing in the Ethics of Animal Research John Gluck, Ph.D., is currently emeritus professor of psychology at the University of New Mexico and affiliate faculty of the Kennedy I
|Frequently Asked Questions About Animal Experimentation Issues|
Frequently Asked Questions About Animal Experimentation Issues 1. What concerns are raised by the use of animals for medical and scientific experiments? 2. What are the alternatives to using animals in medical experiments? 3. Is some animal testing required by law? 4. D
|The Availability of HPV Chemical Data|
In early October 1998, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the High Production Volume (HPV) Chemical Challenge program, calling for toxicity testing on 2,800 chemicals imported or manufactured in amounts over one million pounds per year. This program was apparently devised in closed-door meetings betwee
|How You Can Help Reform the March of Dimes|
1. Tell other people about the March of Dimes! Most people are not aware that the charity wastes their charitable donations on cruel and useless experimentation. One way you can easily raise awareness is to write letters: to the editor, to a celebrity spokesperson, and/or to any company in your community that suppor