INFOGRAPHIC: Beamish’s Life of Anguish in an NIH Laboratory

Published by Amanda Hays.
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For 13 years and counting, Beamish has been a prisoner in the laboratory of National Institutes of Health (NIH) experimenter Elisabeth Murray, who cut open his skull, suctioned out part of his brain, and pumped it full of toxins.

PETA’s powerful new infographic offers a glimpse into what Beamish has endured in Murray’s twisted experiments—and how you can help him and other monkeys held captive in her laboratory.

Infographic showing Beamish's journey

What You Can Do

Please take action by telling NIH to shut down Murray’s torturous laboratory:

Take Action for Beamish

And if you’re in the U.S., please take an additional action for animals by supporting PETA’s Research Modernization Deal, which outlines a comprehensive strategy for replacing all experiments on animals with more effective, human-relevant, non-animal methods.

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From PETA and executive producer Bill Maher, the new docuseries ‘The Failed Experiment’ exposes what most people don’t know about experiments on animals.

Stream The Failed Experiment now. Available on Prime Video.

 

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