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Ferrets Can Barely Move at the University of Georgia
Frances Chrzan, July 30, 2020
The University of Georgia is studying the flu. They use one of the most common animals used in flu studies—the ferret.
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Cruel Experiments on Ferrets at VCU
Miranda Eisen, July 17, 2020
Once again, ferrets are being used in cruel experiments as means to an ineffectual end. You can take action to help stop this from happening further at VCU.
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Let's End the Suffering at Southern Research Institute
Frances Chrzan, July 14, 2020
Records uncovered by NEAVS show immense suffering at Southern Research Institute.
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37 Years as a Test Subject
Casey Webster, July 6, 2020
Tell Georgia State University to Release Hank the Monkey to Sanctuary
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Exposed: Violent Science at University of Kansas
Mike Ryan, June 26, 2020
The University of Kansas forces animals to fight—and calls it animal testing.
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Take Action to Protect Baby Monkeys
Christie Hendrickson, June 24, 2020
As a lover of animals, a parent, and a human being, I am heartbroken—and outraged—after reading about an experiment on baby monkeys at Emory University.
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Take Action for Rabbits at Vanderbilt
Casey Webster, June 9, 2020
A coincidental inspection and its ensuing reports have revealed the ruthlessness of eye experiments on rabbits at Vanderbilt.
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Three Monkeys Die at a Lab Due to Negligence
The Rise for Animals Team, January 29, 2020
We’ve uncovered that in 2019 three monkeys died of dehydration and a fourth suffered due to staff negligence at a South Carolina lab called Alpha Genesis.
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What Happened to Monkey “NM13”?
Nathan Herschler, January 17, 2020
Festering wound, extreme hair loss, and filthy cages — You can stop the horrific mistreatment of primates at Emory University.