January 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine New Study Confirms Milk’s Link with Ovarian Cancer Women who consume two or more glasses of milk per day have twice the risk of serous epithelial cancer than those who rarely or never drink it, Swedish researchers say. Read more… PCRM Debuts Three New TV Spots Starring Member Doctors Three new PCRM public service announcements will hit the airwaves this year. Starring real PCRM member doctors, each of the TV spots tackles childhood obesity in a clever and unique way. Watch the PSAs Two New Medical Charities Earn Humane Seal PCRM’s campaign to promote cruelty-free medical charities is growing in scope and influence. Two new charities join the roster and a generous donor donates millions because of the Humane Seal. Read more… PCRM Spinal Injury Campaign Forges Ahead Earlier this year, PCRM discovered that Ohio State University offers what may be one of the most inhumane courses ever taught: a class showing how to deliberately injure the spinal cords of animals. Read more… Judge Rules for Second Time In Favor of Man Suing Atkins Empire A Florida judge has just denied Atkins Nutritionals’ second attempt to have a groundbreaking lawsuit against it dismissed. The lawsuit was filed by a former dieter who developed a life-threatening artery blockage after following the high-fat fad diet for two-and-a-half years. Read more... Subscribe / Unsubscribe Copyright 2005. All rights reserved. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine 5100 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., Ste. 400, Washington, DC 20016 Phone: 202-686-2210 | Email: email@example.com Suggestions? Comments? Contact PCRM communications director Ms. Simon Chaitowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 309 New patient booklet: Nutrition for Kids New “Beyond Animal Research” column Washington Post profile on PCRM president Neal Barnard, M.D.