Category: Medical Experiments
The term “lab rat” only perpetuates speciesism and condones cruel experiments on animals. Let PETA increase your compassion for rats.
PETA has found even more reasons to urge your legislators to act. Let’s save lives and stop the National Institutes of Health from using our tax money to fund foreign laboratories.
Colombian experimenters exposed by a PETA investigation are paying for their crimes against animals. The CARGO Act can ensure that no more tax dollars go to animal tests abroad.
PETA’s list just scrapes the surface of what the National Institute of Mental Health is doing to animals with your tax dollars.
People who care about good science and reducing animal suffering won’t want to apply for the National Institute of Mental Health’s newest job.
The National Institutes of Health committed to investing in animal-free research after hearing PETA scientists’ recommendations.
Despite Elon Musk’s message to advertisers fleeing X to “go f*** yourself,” PETA is offering to cover some of his lost revenue with an ad of our own on the platform.
In 2023, PETA’s dedicated team worked all year to shut down barbaric laboratories, advance non-animal tests, and expose the cruelty of experiments on animals.
Work has officially begun on a first-of-its-kind $50,000 research grant, funded by two generous supporters, that will help get monkeys out of HIV testing laboratories.
PETA successfully urged local law enforcement to investigate the death of a monkey at UC-Davis. Now federal authorities have cited the school for critical violations of animal welfare guidelines.
PETA reveals: The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued a paltry $9,000 fine after Labcorp staff broke the bones of several monkeys, leading to their deaths.
PETA is calling on the National Institutes of Health to pull funding for a cruel and pointless sleep deprivation experiment before a single marmoset is harmed.
In a stunning turnaround, the American Psychological Association is now advocating more animal experimentation and putting less emphasis on animal-free methods.
This public health and science university needed PETA to explain that women aren’t pigs.
You won’t believe these National Institutes of Health experimenters’ latest scheme to make themselves appear “grateful” to the animals they’ve tortured and killed.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind