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Sep 5, 2018

Johnathon Byrne, known in social media as the "accessible vegan" talks to Emil Guillermo about why he came from the UK to protest the cruel dog experiments at Texas A&M. 


UPDATE: See what happened at Texas A&M when Byrne went to protest the wasteful dog experiments.



As a muscular dystrophy patient, Byrne feels it's immoral to subject dogs to the disease when any findings from the research have yet to benefit humans in any meaningful way.

Byrne, a 27-year-old university student has taken a pro-active approach to his condition, shunning any drugs and switching to a vegan diet, which he says has greatly improved his quality of life.

Take Action! Urge Texas A&M to stop testing dogs in Muscular Dystrophy research.

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