Top medical school ends training on live animals
from CBS News
One of the country's premier medical schools will no longer use live animals to train its students. Effective next month, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore will eliminate a popular but controversial course in which students operate on live, anesthetized pigs. After their surgeries, the pigs are euthanized.
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