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From ANIMAL PEOPLE, May 2005:

The debut edition of Forward Focus: A P&G Update on
Innovation in Alternative Testing and Care is available for free
downloading at < animal_alt.jhtml>. The new
quarterly bulletin details Procter & Gamble progress in developing
alternatives to animal research.

The Vancouver (British Columbia) school board on April 18,
2005 “recognized a student’s right to refuse to participate in or
observe animal dissection, and unanimously passed a student choice
policy,” according to Lesley Fox, founder of the Vancouver-based
national anti-dissection network <>. Fox said
that Vancouver is the first Canadian city to adopt a student choice
policy, but added that a campaign seeking one “is currently being
initiated in Toronto.”

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