|The U.S. is Funding Animal Sex Experiments, Not Heart Disease Research|
The National Institute of Health had a choice: fund research to fight heart disease or fund sadistic sex experiments on animals.
Cruelly studying sex drive is apparently more important to our national research efforts than preventing deadly heart attacks. Electrically stimulating mice, drilling holes in rodents' brains and injecting them with drugs costs millions upon millions of dollars -- the same dollars that could have helped prevent America's number one killer: cardiovascular disease.
For today's Daily Action, read about the national health research funds supporting cruel animal sex experiments.
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