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VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Urge the FDA to End Painful Tests on Animals
Science & Tech  (tags: Thousands of mice, rats, rabbits, dogs, monkeys are killed, can cause severe abdominal pain, paralysis, convulsions, seizures, bleeding from the nose, mouth and genitals, research, science, scientists, medicine, safety, technology, treatment, s )

Kelly
- 41 days ago - peta.org
Shockingly, the FDA acknowledges that 92 out of every 100 drugs that successfully pass these crude animal tests fail or cause harm during human clinical trials. In spite of this intolerable failure rate, the FDA continues
ACTION NEEDED Tell the NFL to Stop Funding Sports-Injury Experiments on Animals
Science & Tech  (tags: NFL, torture, dogs, mice, rats, money, dishonesty, corporate, business, cover-up, corruption, lies, abuse, americans, research, scientists, NewTechnology, science, technology, study, medicine, treatment, prevention, safety, risks, medicine, death, researc )

Kelly
- 351 days ago - secure.peta.org
For years, the National Football League Foundation, formerly known as NFL Charities, has quietly funded horrific and deadly sports-injury experiments on dogs, mice, rats, and other animals at Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania,
Rat Laughs Off Cancer With HA
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, humans, health, research, study, cancer, cure, rats, sugar molecule )

Giana
- 392 days ago - news.discovery.com
The latest possible cure for cancer may come from the world's longest living rats, which laugh off the disease with a super sugar molecule called HMM-HA, new research finds.
Insects Become Fly-on-the-Wall Spies With Tiny Cameras, Radio Controls and Microphones | the Daily Mail
Science & Tech  (tags: moths, beetles, flies, sharks, rats, spies, spy, pigeon, radio, microphone, science, control, video, camera )

Ceci
- 2366 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction - beetles, rats and sharks turned into cunning spies courtesy of a brain implant or two. But such scenarios are fast moving from fantasy to fact, with laboratories around the world hatching a new breed of spy.
Modified Mice Get No Kick From Cocaine
Science & Tech  (tags: rats, cocaine, dopamine receptor, taste )

Eduardo
- 2458 days ago - newscientist.com
Mice that lack a particular brain receptor for dopamine show no taste for cocaine, which mice and humans usually find addictive. Mice modified to lack dopamine receptor D1 do not self-administer cocaine. Normal mice will keep returning for more.
   

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