Sexual Abuse Survivors Speak Out
Sexually stimulating hamsters after cutting holes in their skulls, cutting the skin off live mice's penises and then injecting them with chemicals, burning the brains of female mice and then measuring how interested they were in sniffing the urine of males, and removing rats' ovaries before injecting the animals with antidepressants—PETA had called on the U.S. National Institutes of Health to stop funneling tens of millions of dollars into these stomach-churning experiments. And the agency listened! Four of the experimenters responsible for these sick studies are no longer receiving public grants. The fifth, Mount Sinai Hospital's Eric Nestler, who led the experiments conducted at the University of Michigan, continues to get taxpayer money to support his twisted work.
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