How Fish Suffer in Medical Experiments
Lindsay Vierheilig, March 7, 2019
When most people think of animal testing, the first animals that come to mind are rats and mice. Another kind of animal that is popular among researchers, but receives ve
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Our Primate Testing Expert to Wired: Ethics Matter
Mike Ryan, March 5, 2019
Did you catch “Monkeys With Superpower Eyes Could Help Cure Color Blindness” recently published in Wired?
VICTORY! Congress Says “Reduce Animal Testing”
Mike Ryan, March 4, 2019
Over 70% of Members of Congress just sent a message to the EPA.
Support the PREPARED ACT
Nathan Herschler, February 27, 2019
This bill would require research institutions to “develop, document, and follow” a contingency plan to care for animals that may be subjected to natural disasters.
MA RESIDENTS: Support the Act to reduce animal testing
Nathan Herschler, February 26, 2019
You can join NEAVS and animal champions Massachusetts State Rep. Lewis and State Sen. Montigny in support of their recently re-introduced product testing bills.
TAKE ACTION: Help End Animal Testing for Cosmetics in China
Nathan Herschler, February 22, 2019
You can help end animal testing for cosmetics in China. China, the world largest market for cosmetics, still requires beauty products to be tested on animals.
President Signs Bill Telling USDA to Stop Killing Kittens
Mike Ryan, February 14, 2019
Remember how we told you that the USDA was killing healthy kittens in Beltsville, Maryland, just because they didn’t need the kittens after getting a simple stool sample?
Purina, Hill's Conducting Unethical Tests on Dogs/Cats
Mike Ryan, February 13, 2019
Most Americans oppose medical experiments on trapped animals. It’s no surprise that this is particularly true for traditional companion animals like dogs and cats.
Dear Medical Journals, Stop Giving Press to Primate Experime
Mike Ryan, February 8, 2019
The results of experiments that cause tremendous and unrelieved pain to primates are still being published.