Thanks to our intervention, the city council in Alameda, Calif., voted down a proposal that would have built an animal experimentation facility on public property! The medical device company, Science Corp., was aiming to use the facility in Alameda to conduct experiments on mice, rabbits, and monkeys. This is a victory for animals and a win for science!
- The Physicians Committee provided more than 2,800 hours of training to regulators and industry scientists on nonanimal methods through our New Approach Methodology (NAM) Use for Regulatory Application (NURA) continuing education program.
- Physicians Committee scientists educated toxicologists on cruelty-free research methods at the Society of Toxicology Conference, one of the largest gatherings of toxicologists in the world. The recommendations presented were enthusiastically received.
- The Physicians Committee influenced recent legislation that provided $5 million to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for activities to reduce animal testing.
Significant Reach—And Growing!
Utilizing all available channels, the Physicians Committee reaches new people and a bigger audience every day.
Since 1985, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s lifesaving work has resulted in major victories and accomplishments for animals, people, and the planet:
ALL medical schools in the U.S. and Canada stopped using live animals to train medical students.
After PCRM presented the Power Plate, a healthful, plant-based dietary guide, the USDA unveiled its strikingly similar guide, MyPlate.
The NIH stopped all its experiments on chimpanzees and plans to replace animal use in toxicity testing.
Thousands of medical students and health professionals learn about plant-based nutrition at our annual International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine.
California banned the sale of cosmetics tested on animals.
The Environmental Protection Agency pledged to stop testing chemicals on ALL mammals by 2035.
Our Food for Life plant-based cooking classes are taught by 300+ instructors in over 45 U.S. states and 20 countries.
PCRM’s clinical research department has published dozens of peer-reviewed studies proving the health benefits of a plant-based diet.
ALL pediatrics residency programs in the U.S. and Canada stopped training on live animals.
Creating a Healthier, More Compassionate World
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