Sep 14, 2022
Here's what passes for science at a major U.S. university. Experiments on menopause involving animals who don't naturally experience menopause, and all intended to find treatments for menopause in humans. You don't need to be a scientist to think that doesn't make sense. And neither does the $4 million the National Institutes of Health gave a researcher at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst to do the research.
PETA has filed a suit to get video and documents to expose and put a stop to the experiments. In the meantime, the wasteful experiments continue. Why do they happen? This is the way grant-funded science works in America. PETA is trying to change that with among other things the Research Modernization Deal.
Emil talks about the UMASS case to Katherine Roe, Chief of PETA's Science Advancement and Outreach group.
Go to PETA.org to learn more.
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