WASHINGTON, Sept 22 (LSN) – In the city where only a few days ago the U.S. senate could not put a stop to the most most widely practiced form of legal infanticide, partial-birth abortion, government scientists announced Monday a breakthrough in scientific experimentation making for more “humane” treatment of test animals.  Reuters reports that a committee of scientists headed up by William Stokes of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIESH), said the new skin test for irritating chemicals “typically use fewer animals, no animals or cause less pain and distress” to the laboratory animals. Kenneth Olden,  director of the NIESH, was quoted as saying “we seek to reduce the numbers of animals used in testing.”


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