Posted by Elizabeth Walker | 13 03 2018

As first reported in an Arkansas Democrat-Gazette cover story, White Coat Waste Project recently won a federal lawsuit that reveals why the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) took quick and decisive action to cancel its...

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Posted by Elizabeth Walker | 30 01 2018

In an unprecedented and astounding win for WCW, taxpayers and animals, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced it is permanently canceling its nicotine experiments on monkeys and sending...

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Posted by Elizabeth Walker | 22 12 2017

In 2017, White Coat Waste Project revolutionized campaigns and scored historic wins to expose and stop $15 billion in secretive, wasteful and cruel taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs, monkeys, and other animals. None of...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 26 09 2017

UPDATE (1/26/18): The FDA announced it is permanently ending its nicotine addiction experiment and sending dozens of monkeys involved in the study to a sanctuary. Read more. Following a lawsuit filed...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 07 09 2017

UPDATE (1/26/18): The FDA announced it is permanently ending its nicotine addiction experiment and sending dozens of monkeys involved in the study to a sanctuary. Read more. On the heels of...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 25 08 2017

UPDATE (1/26/18): The FDA announced it is permanently ending its nicotine addiction experiment and sending dozens of monkeys involved in the study to a sanctuary. Read more. Back in March, we...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 07 03 2017

Last week, White Coat Waste Project announced our new campaign to challenge the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) secrecy about its taxpayer-funded nicotine addition experiments on baby monkeys. In particular, FDA...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 03 03 2017

UPDATE (1/26/18): The FDA announced it is permanently ending its nicotine addiction experiment and sending dozens of monkeys involved in the study to a sanctuary. Read more. White Coat Waste Project...

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