Doctor Led Demonstration To End Dog Experiments At Wayne State University

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Doctor Led Demonstration To End Dog Experiments At Wayne State University
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Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says
This event will happen rain or shine.

WHAT: Doctor-led demonstration against the use of dogs in heart failure experiments at Wayne State University
WHEN: 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 8
WHERE: On the sidewalk in front of Wayne State University at W. Kirby Street and Anthony Wayne Drive, Detroit.

Signs will be provided.

Please bring your dog!

Please join Detroit-area doctors and the Physicians Committee to bring attention to the use of dogs in heart failure experiments at Wayne State University. After two decades of performing these experiments, Wayne State has made no medical advances to help the millions of Americans suffering from heart disease.

Despite a lack of evidence that the dog experiments improve human health, Wayne State experimenters collect almost $400,000 in funding every year to put dogs through multiple surgeries, artificially create heart failure in the dogs, and force them to run on treadmills. The surgeries are so invasive and dangerous that as many as 25 percent of the dogs die during or after surgery, before the experiments are completed. All of the dogs who make it through the experiments are then killed.

Please join local doctors and the Physicians Committee on the morning of April 8 to bring attention to this issue!

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By: Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

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