Experiments on animals are useful
Contrary to the beliefs held by the animal-rights/lobbying group White Coat Waste Project in their Letter to the Editor (“Pooch protector earns plaudits,” Sept. 17), animal studies are definitely not “taxpayer waste.” Far from it. Read more.
No matter where you live, the recent surge of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations is alarming. But as health experts have explained, in many ways what we’re experiencing right now is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. In almost every case, those who are in the ICU are not vaccinated (or not yet vaccinated). Let’s hope those who were concerned about the vaccines and adopted a wait-and-see approach now see the need to take urgent action. Read more.
The claim by the animal rights lobbying group White Coat Waste Project that animal studies taking place at Oregon Health & Science University are “wasteful” (letter to the editor, published Aug. 26, 2021) is blatantly false. Read more.
A new report details experiments are being done on puppies to develop new drugs for humans under the watchful eye of the FDA.
White Coat Waste Project, a D.C.-based tax-payer watchdog group, wants the FDA to fund more research into developing alternative testing. Read more.
Published July 11th, 2021 by WJLA.com
Now that vaccination rates are rising and cases are finally dropping in the U.S., it’s time to give credit where credit is due. Let’s face it, animals repeatedly saved our skins throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Contrary to the beliefs held by the lobbying group White Coat Waste Project, animal studies are definitely not “taxpayer waste.” COVID-19 demonstrated this repeatedly over the past 15 months. Research in mice, rats, monkeys, hamsters and other animals revealed critical information to help us combat the disease. Millions of Americans have been safely vaccinated in record time thanks to decades of research, including pivotal animal studies that resulted in the remarkable new mRNA technology used in both the Pfizer and Moderna shots. Read more.
Contrary to the beliefs held by the animal rights group White Coat Waste Project, animal studies are definitely not “taxpayer waste.” Far from it. Read more.