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‘Monkey Fright’ Experiments at the National Institutes of Health: A PETA Investigation

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Shocking video footage obtained by PETA shows ongoing psychological tests on dozens of monkeys conducted by National Institutes of Health experimenter Elisabeth Murray and her colleagues. Murray has received tens of millions of taxpayer dollars—more than $36 million in the past 13 years alone—to inflict traumatic and permanent brain damage on monkeys. She places their heads in a stereotaxic device, cuts them open, and carves out a section of the skull. Then she injects toxins into their brain, and sometimes she suctions out or burns part of it.

After that, Murray terrorizes the monkeys with realistic-looking rubber or mechanical snakes and spiders (some of which even jump). She has been carrying out these invasive and ultimately deadly experiments for more than 30 years, but her laboratory has failed to produce a treatment to help humans. Please take action to stop this at investigations.peta.org/nih-monkey-torture/.

PETA’s mission statement is that animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way: www.peta.org/about-peta/

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