UCLA Pro-Test a success

I hope you got educated before the UCLA Pro-Test yesterday. It went great - see the coverage by DrugMonkey, Nick Anthis, DrugMonkey again and Scicurious.

Show Your Support for Medical Progress by signing the Petition for responsible animal research.

Then go and crash this poll, despite it being flawed.

And to continue our education on the matter, Janet has posted the 6th post and the 7th post in her series.

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