Category: Medical Experiments
Casey Affleck was joined by his mother, Chris, when he spoke at a PETA news conference at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst, protesting cruel experiments on monkeys.
Michele Basso is notorious for being one of the few primate experimenters ever to be suspended from using animals as a result of welfare violations. The problems didn’t end there.
Among other incidents, records obtained by PETA reveal that experimenters at the Cleveland Clinic caused mice skin lesions from hair-removal creams.
Laboratories are equipped with costly devices—many of which are paid for by tax money—that allow experimenters to carry out cruel and deadly experiments on monkeys.
“The world has marched on and left unimaginative repetitive studies of no particular value, like Dr. Murray’s, behind in the dust.”
The Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a major hotbed of crude and pointless experimentation on animals. PETA’s pulling back the curtain on Vandy’s dark secret.
PETA is ready to help medical centers across the country switch to modern, animal-free training options that will spare lives and build confidence in new doctors.
Federal reports uncovered by PETA document a disturbing and lengthy record of animal abuse and gross neglect at the hands of inattentive NIH experimenters.
Health charity TV ads and appeals pull on your heartstrings, but here’s what you should know before signing that check.
As Texas A&M University graduates leave campus, PETA is pushing the school to let the 20 remaining dogs who are trapped in its canine muscular dystrophy laboratory “graduate” as well.
Experimenters at the Washington National Primate Research Center tried to defend their abuse of monkeys—and failed miserably. PETA’s got the cold, hard facts.
Her name is Princess, but her life is no fairytale. For years, the monkey has suffered at the Wisconsin National Primate Center—and she needs your help.
PETA Foundation Litigation Manager Asher Smith helped win a case against a “Tiger King” abuser. Now, the Yale University law grad says the Constitution protects owls.
Chemicals are still being applied to live rabbits’ eyes in cruel pesticide experiments, but PETA scientists are challenging the status quo.
Johns Hopkins University, feeling the heat from PETA supporters, issues a defense of Shreesh Mysore’s cruel owl experiments. We truth test it and, unsurprisingly, find it lacking.
“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