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Published on Nov 26, 2014
BBC TV on the day the Government Planning Inspector visited the Beagle breeder's site, where dogs are reared for experiments.
Local campaign group Oppose B&K Universal support Patients Campaigning For Cures (PCFC) established by a 26 year old multiple sclerosis patient Rebecca Groves. PCFC has recently launched a petition targeting the animal experimentation's PR company 'Understanding Animal Research' (UAR) who have agreed to debate the leading medical Board in its field - Europeans For Medical Advancement (EFMA) - which represents critically ill patients who are campaigning to speed up the arrival of effective treatments and cures. However, despite agreeing to this debate, UAR still have not provided the name of their main speaker who will represent them in this important public event and this is delaying the debate indefinitely. The debate proposition will be presented by EFMA, who, as a scientific Board, oppose the use of animal experiments for human patients purely on human medical and scientific grounds. Read more about their position http://www.afma-curedisease.org/tsmt....