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Demand USDA end cruel research on lambs!

July 1, 2015

Send a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to end this outrageous research.

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New bill threatens efforts to ban cosmetics tests on animals

Please sign the above letter to contact your U.S. Senators to oppose S.1014

June 24, 2105

While humane advocates have been urging Congress to support legislation to ban cosmetics tests on animals, special interest groups, largely representing the cosmetics industry, have been pressuring Congress to do the reverse.

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The U.S. must ban cosmetics tests on animals!

Perhaps the most inexcusable area of animal testing in the 21st century is the testing of cosmetics. 

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Oppose expansion of monkey facility

 

Residents of Hendry County, Florida have for years been disturbed over several large monkey breeding facilities in the region. An announcement of yet another one to come has spurred community anger and opposition.

Click the form above to send a letter opposing the expansion.

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Justifying brain experiments on animals

Use the form to send a letter to the UCSD Chancellor asking him to raise standards for research at the university by eliminating inhumane and poorly translatable animal experiments and replacing them with modern, human-relevant science.

May 1, 2015

A recent article drew CAARE’s attention to experiments on animals at University of California, San Diego. The author, a cognitive neuroscientist who conducts invasive brain experiments on rats, attempted to justify such research.

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Fill in the form to send a letter to the ALS Association to support non-animal research to find a cure for ALS

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a debilitating, progressive neurological disease that has no effective treatment or cure. ALS is often referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in memory of the star baseball player whose life and career were cut in short in 1941. Tragically, in the decades since Gehrig’s death, little progress has been made in treating ALS.

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