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New Patients' Group Established to Fight Vivisection MythsImage from www.siav.org

Seriously Ill Against Vivisection (SIAV) has been formed to counter multinational drug and chemical companies assertions that animal testing saves lives and promotes human health.

Spokesperson Dawn Parkes told us:

"We at SIAV strongly disagree with this and we believe animal testing harms human health and ultimately kills people. We are appalled these companies claim to speak for ourselves. THEY DO NOT.

We want to see an end to ALL animal tests if we are to see real medical progress. SIAV would like to see medical research move into the 21st century and adopt real science NOT vivisection. There are many alternatives to animal testing, these alternatives save human life unlike vivisection which destroys it. We condemn vivisection on scientific and moral grounds."

SIAV is completely independent of any other group and funding comes solely from public donations. If you are ill or disabled and would like to join SIAV then please contact them at the address below. Or you may like to join as an associate member, they would be pleased to hear from you. All membership is free.

SIAV has a range of leaflets, factsheets, etc which can be obtained free of charge - the message really needs to be spread far and wide. Please make donations payable to SIAV:

Seriously Ill Against Vivisection
PO Box 116
High Wycombe
HP14 3WX

Telephone: 0845 458 1720
email info@siav.org
www.siav.org

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