Animals Used for Experimentation

Scientists Worldwide Work to Develop COVID-19 Vaccine Using Non-Animal Tests

Given the scale and seriousness of this pandemic, researchers can’t afford to waste time conducting useless tests on animals.

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Progress! Avon Products, Inc., Takes Steps Toward Becoming Cruelty-Free

Avon Products, Inc., is taking exciting steps to prevent sensitive rabbits, guinea pigs, mice, rats, and other animals from enduring excruciating tests.

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Photos: PETA ‘Rat’ Urges MSG Flavor Giant Ajinomoto to End Horrific Tests on Dogs and Other Animals

Ajinomoto—the world’s largest manufacturer of MSG—has been tormenting thousands of dogs, pigs, rats, and other animals in horrific experiments.

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New Cosmetics Testing Regs in China Could Spare Thousands of Animals

PETA exposed them. Now, new regulations drafted by the Chinese government represent a huge step forward in banning senseless, cruel animal tests for cosmetics.

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China Greenlights New Non-Animal Cosmetics Tests

The new tests will spare countless animals the agony of having substances dripped into their eyes and rubbed onto their skin.

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Victory! Johnson & Johnson Bans Water Tank Test

This announcement signals an end to the suffering of animals in these misguided experiments.

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PETA U.S. Welcomes Herbal Essences onto its Beauty Without Bunnies List

After months of discussion, Herbal Essences joins PETA U.S.’ list of companies and brands that don’t test on animals!

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Victory! Japan’s Largest Candymaker Ends Experiments on Animals

In these tests, mice and rats were force-fed, injected with chemicals, made to stand on hot plates, killed by neck breaking, and dissected.

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Victory! South Korea Ends Cruel Poisoning Test on Dogs

Following a PETA U.S. appeal, South Korea has joined Canada, the European Union, Japan, and the U.S. in stopping a deadly pesticide test on dogs.

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Science Consortium Advances Non-Animal Testing – One Scientist at a Time

To support the development of non-animal testing strategies, the PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. is sending an early-career scientist to one of the leading conferences in Europe on animal-free …

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