Our new exposé of NIH’s foreign aid for wasteful animal testing has gone global, catching the attention of influential lawmakers and media outlets critical of this worldwide waste. Check out some of the best coverage below👇
The National Institutes of Health has hiked spending on animal experiments carried out abroad by almost a quarter in the last two years. https://t.co/ugJz6kOPPK
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) July 6, 2021
The National Institutes of Health spent roughly $140 million in fiscal year 2020 on animal experiments in foreign countries last year, some of which involved bizarre or harmful treatment of animals https://t.co/O4vtHCd4ID
— Dylan Housman (@Dylan_Housman) July 8, 2021
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The White Coat Waste Project reported that in 2020, the NIH spent $140 million taxpayer dollars for animal testing abroad.https://t.co/36zHnYM78p
— One Green Planet (@OneGreenPlanet) July 8, 2021
🚨JUST REVEALED: In 2020, @NIH used $140M in U.S. taxpayer money to fund animal testing in foreign countries—including Russia & China.
Iowans & Americans deserve to know how their hard-earned tax dollars are being spent. My COST Act would do exactly that. https://t.co/5AOKoBVEqZ
— Joni Ernst (@joniernst) July 7, 2021
Is this how you want your money spent?! Tell the NIH to stop shipping your tax dollars overseas for animal testing!