CÉGEP of Sherbrooke Reduces Animal Use

October 2011 

After being contacted by a distraught student regarding the cruel and deadly use of animals in physical rehabilitation courses at CÉGEP of Sherbrooke—a college located in Québec, Canada—PETA wrote to the university with suggestions for modern and humane alternatives to animal use and urged the school to modernize its curriculum. As a result of PETA’s outreach, the school reduced the number of animals used in classroom laboratories by 50 percent, saving the lives of hundreds of frogs, mice, and rats each year.

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