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NOT TO BE MISSED! Supreme & accesible new science lecture at UBC

This is an extraordinary demonstration of complexity science experts exposing the fraud which is animal experimentation. Equip yourselves with these accessible arguments to understand how animal modelers are breaking every science rule in the book. Animal experimenters are treating animals … Continue reading

Our science is co-illustrated by Dr. Niall Shanks

We are very proud that our evidence is co-illustrated by Dr. Niall Shanks, who wrote the first definitive book against creationism, otherwise known as intelligent design theory, titled ‘God, the Devil and Darwin’, forward by Richard Dawkins. Dr. Shanks went on to … Continue reading

New BBC Radio interview: platinum-selling singer Rumer highlights MPs’ call for the urgently required science hearing to end animal experiments

Thank you Rumer so much for this great BBC radio interview today, (starting at 17.18.00) and for dedicating your album launch concert tonight to exposing the urgent need for a scientist, representing B&K Universal, to agree to the science debate hearing … Continue reading

Emeritus Professor in Neuroscience, Anne Beuter and Dr Andre Menache explain why monkeys fail Parkinson’s research

Emeritus Professor in Neuroscience, Anne Beuter and Dr Andre Menache have published a commentary in Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, explaining why non-human primate models for Parkinson’s disease research fail human patients. The so called ‘monkey model’ was developed long after … Continue reading

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Watch Dr Ray Greek deliver current science at the EU Parliament on Monday 11th May

It was a privilege attending the EU Parliamentary hearing on Monday 11th May, to listen to Dr Ray Greek present current scientific understanding as the expert engaged to represent the Citizens Initiative (CI)  Stop Vivisection to Save Human Lives – created by … Continue reading

Dr Ray Greek’s blog has moved to the AFMA/EFMA website!

We’ve received many inquiries about Ray Greek’s blog which has moved to the AFMA/EFMA website. Here’s a great recent blog about charities seeking funding and the inconsistent nonsense they talk http://www.afma-curedisease.org/blog/2014/september/21/charities-chief-is-a-shill-for-vested-interests.aspx 

Abandoning a failed method is never dependent on what else is available.

Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics has published a letter, available here, by Ray Greek MD, President of Europeans For Medical Advancement (EFMA). The letter highlights the importance of Trans-Species Modelling Theory (TSMT): like the Germ Theory of Disease, Theory of Relativity and Theory … Continue reading

FLOE is at a loss to understand why the BUAV published a dog study with pro-vivisection FRAME, an organisation that ignores current scientific knowledge

The International Journal of Clinical Medicine has published a critique by leading medical experts European for Medical Advancement (EFMA), addressing a dog study co-written by FRAME and the BUAV as ‘scientifically unsustainable and unethical’. We present a statement about EFMA’s important critique, excerpt below, and … Continue reading

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EDITOR IN CHIEF at BMJ HIGHLIGHTS ” THE PUBLIC’S CONTINUING ENDORSEMENT & FUNDING OF PRECLINICAL ANIMAL RESEARCH SEEMS MISPLACED”

Fiona Godlee, Editor in Chief at the British Medical Journal, published her EDITORS CHOICE on 5th June, entitled How Predictive and Productive is Animal Research? Fiona Godlee highlights a paper entitled Is animal research sufficiently evidence based to be a cornerstone … Continue reading

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