What I saw working in a monkey research facility

Kathleen Conlee recalls her past, working in a monkey research facility. The experience was only the beginning of her work with animals, and led to her leading the fight to alleviate and end the suffering of animals in laboratories. Hear her story.

Each year, it is estimated that more than 25 million dogs, cats, monkeys, mice, rats and other animals are forced to endure painful experiments in the United States. Animals are deliberately sickened with toxic chemicals or infected with diseases, live in barren cages and are typically killed when the experiment ends. Humans and animals are very different, so outdated animal experiments often produce results that cannot accurately predict human responses.

The world is moving toward a future where scientists use human cells and tissues, 3D printing, robots, computer modeling and other sophisticated methods to carry out experiments. These technologies are better for both animals and humans because they are typically faster, less expensive and more accurate than the outdated animal tests currently in use. With your help, we can make sure this change happens more quickly.

Help us end unnecessary tests on animals, starting with cosmetics testing!

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