University of Newcastle Postcards (50 pack)

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Tell the University of Newcastle to immediately end these unreliable and unethical methods of research on mice, and help Humane Research Australia end animal experiments!

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In an attempt to recreate and understand the mechanisms of susceptibility to Crohn’s Disease (CD) associated with cigarette smoking and COPD, University of Newcastle researchers expose mice to the smoke of 12 cigarettes twice a day, 5 times a week, for 12 weeks whilst restrained in an inhalation chamber. Having already suffered through induced smoking, some mice then undergo chemical damage to their intestines (using the chemical trinitrobenzene sulfonic acid (TNBS) which causes painful Crohn’s-like symptoms.

Tell the University of Newcastle to immediately end these unreliable and unethical methods of research on mice, and help Humane Research Australia end animal experiments!

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