The NIH reportedly spent over $400,000, and eventually killed the Beagle.
Rep. Nancy Mays (RS.C.) Dr. sent a letter to Anthony Fauci And the National Institutes of Health demanded a response to reports that taxpayer money from their department was used to test dogs abusively.
The South Carolina Republican tweeted Saturday, along with a copy of the letter, “Yesterday, I sent a letter to Dr. Fauci about the brutal, taxpayer-funded experiments on puppies, narcoticizing and debarking them before killing them. Was doing.” “Thanks to my 23 Democratic and Republican colleagues who signed up. It’s disgusting. What do you say? @nih“
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a report From the White Coat Waste Project This was based on a Freedom of Information Act request with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. met More than $400,000 in taxpayer money was spent on canine experiments during which Beagles were infected with parasites from the bite of flies.
Project stated that Dr. Anthony Fauci The bureaucratic budget is estimated at $6 billion in 2021, and documents obtained through FOIA show evidence of a study in which otherwise healthy beagles were treated with an experimental drug that carried a parasite known to be infectious to humans. Going flies were introduced before they were bitten.
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“a new report shows that under Fauci’s direction, [NIAID] funded for traumatic and lethal experiments on dogs,” Granthshala News’ Ben Domenek reported in August, noting that records obtained by White Coat West show dogs “enduring months of pain, and once the researchers’ After they were done with, they were killed.”
The NIH did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Mace’s letter from Granthshala News.
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Mace’s letter comes days after Fauci found himself in hot water for repeated claims that taxpayer dollars were not spent on the benefit of work research at a laboratory in Wuhan, China, an NIH official. was contradicted by the officer.
one in Letter Representative James Comer, ranking member of the House Committee on Inspection and Correction, an NIH official admits that a “limited experiment” was conducted to test “spike protein binding from naturally occurring BAT coronaviruses circulating in China.” whether or not the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model.”
The letter states that laboratory mice infected with the modified bat virus “became sicker” than mice that were given the unmodified bat virus.
Granthshala News’ Charles Kritz contributed to this report