Wednesday, July 9


Big doings, both pro-animal and con, over in the UK: A damning report revealing profound misgivings over the harvesting of animal organs for human transplants was secretly buried by government officials. Not much of a surprise there, considering the UK government's record on animal-testing reports. However, they didn't bury this one: Science has advanced so much that some drugs can be tested in tiny doses on humans rather than continuing to use monkeys for experiments, the (UK) government's official advisory body has decided. We'll see how long it takes that news to get all the way across the pond.

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