Ohio Hospital Commits to Sparing Live Dogs from Use in Emergency Training

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The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) has given animal rights advocates many good news in the past. Here’s one more to their credit. An Ohio hospital has decided not use live dogs in their emergency medicine training.

In an email notification to supporters, PCRM President Neal Barnard, M.D., wrote:

I just received incredible news and wanted to share it with you right away.

South Pointe Hospital in Ohio has agreed to stop using live dogs to train its emergency medicine residents! This is an enormous win for PCRM and for innocent dogs.

Time to celebrate the victory with PCRM with special thanks to their ongoing mission of saving animal lives from abuse in the medical industry.

Visit http://www.pcrm.org/ for updates.

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