Find the Page You Are Looking For
We recently redesigned the PCRM website, so it is possible you followed a link that doesn't work.
Please use the search function to find what you are looking for. All site content has been preserved.
Or browse through the main site categories listed to the left.
The following search results from our site may contain the page you are looking for or similar content.
|Good Medicine Archive|
2013 Issues Escaping the Research Mousetrap Good Medicine Winter 2013 Vol. XXII, No. 1 Can We End Alzheimer's?
|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
|Hard-Fought Victory for Animals at Medical College of Wisconsin|
Hundreds of demonstrators braving frigid Wisconsin winters. Tens of thousands of e-mails, letters, and phone calls from PCRM members and supporters. Billboards on busy Wisconsin highways. After years of efforts like these by PCRM and its members, the Medical College
|Victory for Animals at Medical College of Wisconsin|
Hundreds of demonstrators braving frigid Wisconsin winters. Tens of thousands of e-mails, letters, and phone calls from PCRM members and supporters. Billboards on busy Wisconsin highways. After years of efforts like these by PCRM and its members, the Medical College of Wisconsin finally announced it has stopped u
|Medical College of Wisconsin Piloting Alternative to Live Animal Lab|
Despite years of outreach efforts by PCRM, last month, the Medical College of Wisconsin killed more than 30 pigs in its first-year physiology course. But during a recent PCRM demonstration, the college publicly announced for the first time that it began a pilot program that does not use pigs—and may eventuall
|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
|March of Dimes-Funded Animal Experiments: Commonly Asked Questions|
March of Dimes-Funded Animal Experiments: Commonly Asked Questions Animal Welfare 1. Does the March of Dimes still fund shocking animal experiments? 2. Is there any evidence for the poor treatment of animals in March of Dimes experiments? 3. How can there be any pain or suffe
|PCRM, Wisconsin Humane Society Push for End to Dog Labs at Medical College of Wisconsin|
PCRM, along with four Wisconsin doctors and the Wisconsin Humane Society, held a news conference November 13 in Milwaukee to call for an end to the use of live dogs as teaching tools at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). During the spring semester, the school plans to use and kill approximately 60 dogs in a ph
|Compassion Wins in Texas; Wisconsin Lags Behind|
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and its affiliated Scott and White Hospital have joined the growing list of schools that no longer use live animal labs in education. Previously, pigs had been used in a third-year surgery clerkship held at Scott and White. This development reduces the number
Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act The Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act gained more support in the 112th Congress than any previous session with a hearing and vote in the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works and nearly
|Meet Some of the Lost or Surrendered Dogs Who Were Used and Killed at University of Michigan|
The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor (U-M) continues to use dogs from Michigan shelters in its Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) course. Notorious Class B dealer R&R Research sells dogs to U-M. Learn more about how these dogs are sold to U-M and help us end the use of animals in U-M’s ATLS course.
|PCRM Takes Action as Medical College of Wisconsin’s Dog Lab Draws Near|
PCRM has stepped up our efforts to stop the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) from killing 60 dogs in a first-year physiology course later this month and end the use of animals in this course for good. PCRM sponsored a billboard in Milwaukee that gained the attention of local residents and the press, and held a pr
|Animals Win in Texas; Wisconsin Falls Behind|
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and its affiliated Scott and White Hospital have joined the growing list of medical schools that no longer use live animal labs in education. Previously, it allowed students to perform surgical techniques on pigs, who were killed afterwards, in a third-year su
|The Vegan Diet How-To Guide for Diabetes|
Step 3. Low Glycemic Index The glycemic index identifies foods that increase blood sugar rapidly and allows you to favor foods that have much less effect on blood sugar. High-glycemic-index foods include sugar itself, white potatoes, most wheat flour products, and most cold c
|Doctors Lead Protest Outside Medical College to Save 60 Dogs Scheduled to Die in School’s Controversial Dog Lab|
MILWAUKEE—To save the lives of about 60 dogs slated to die this February in a physiology course at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), doctors with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine will join members of the Wisconsin Humane Society and concerned Wisconsin residents for a protest outside th