Posted by Arin Greenwood | 19 03 2021

Little heads up: This edition of Waste of the Week contains some rather racy visuals of monkeys who were used in a Chinese animal lab's male birth control experiments, and...

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Posted by Arin Greenwood | 26 01 2021

>Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the most wasteful of them all? Here at WCW, we ask ourselves this question *all the freaking time*. So we’ve started a brand new...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 21 12 2020

Our 3 million advocates spoke up—with calls, emails, tweets, letters and petitions—and Congress listened! The 2021 federal spending bill, signed into law on December 27, 2020, includes cost-cutting, life-saving measures...

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Posted by Daniel Lopez | 02 03 2020

UPDATE December 30, 2020: As a result of our investigation, Congress has directed the NIH to commission an independent study by the National Academies of the NIH’s intramural primate testing...

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Posted by Daniel Lopez | 23 02 2020

UPDATE December 30, 2020: As a result of our investigation, Congress has directed the NIH to commission an independent study by the National Academies of the NIH’s intramural primate testing...

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Posted by Daniel Lopez | 21 02 2020

Last week, the White Coat Waste Project team had the honor of a lifetime attending the ribbon-cutting for the new outdoor habitat that Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary built for the...

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Posted by Daniel Lopez | 30 10 2019

Taxpayer-funded monkey experimenters don't want you to know how much of your money they're wasting to create drunk monkeys and abuse other primates in experiments, but White Coat Waste Project...

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Posted by Justin Goodman | 19 06 2019

UPDATE (6/19/19): Following WCW advocacy, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed the 2020 NIH spending bill that, among other things, directs the agency to provide a plan for the...

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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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