animal testing

U.S. News
Animal advocates praised the Environmental Protection Agency's plan, but an environmental group condemned it as a gift to the chemical industry.
Politics
The plan is the only comprehensive and detailed animal welfare plan released by any of the presidential candidates.
U.S. News
The dogs, previously slated to be killed, will now be sent to the Michigan Humane Society.
U.S. News
Docs obtained by an anti-animal-testing group found that dozens of mice and thousands of fish died due to accidents.
U.S. News
The company behind the tests said "there are better ways to attain the data needed" but that it will continue doing them.
Politics
Earlier this year, Congress made it more difficult for the VA to use dogs in medical research.
Style & Beauty
"Being cruelty free and achieving the Leaping Bunny certification for CoverGirl is the right thing to do, at the right time, in the right way."
Environment
The new law is the first of its kind in the United States.
Style & Beauty
But all hope for a cruelty-free future in cosmetics is not lost.
U.S. News
The agency claims that adopting out the cats after they're no longer needed would create a biohazard.
Politics
Shri Thanedar owned a New Jersey lab where the animals were used in tests.
U.S. News
26 squirrel monkeys will be headed to a sanctuary.
Business
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Science
As one might expect all this attention seems to have put the primate research industry on the defensive. The lack of balance
Science
"There were hugs and kisses and grooming."
Science
I am reminded of the stare-down between drug companies and animal rights activists. Of this mounting conflict, you'd think the answer is simple -- that animals can and should eventually make their exit from so many labs and testing facilities. Alternatives are in the wings.
Good News
A New York law says they must be put up for adoption when tests are over.