If You’ve Been Diagnosed With an Attention Disorder, Owls Need You!

Are you someone with a diagnosed attention disorder who would like to speak up for owls suffering in experiments at Johns Hopkins University? If so, we need you to help by filling out the form below. Your involvement is crucial to our work to stop Johns Hopkins University’s (JHU) invasive and deadly brain experiments on owls—purportedly conducted to study human attention disorders—and to persuade the school to use superior, animal-free methods to develop human treatments.

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