Golden Cows and Sacred Geese: It’s all Greek to Me

///Golden Cows and Sacred Geese: It’s all Greek to Me

Golden Cows and Sacred Geese: It’s all Greek to Me

Michael Balls

At the 4th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences (August 2002, New Orleans, LA, USA), C. Ray Greek and Jean Swingle Greek circulated a 50-page booklet entitled Is Animal Research Necessary in 2002? Response to Dr Michael Festing’s Review of Sacred Cows and Golden Geese: The Human Cost of Experiments on Animals.1 This was intended, in part, as background to a Point/Counterpoint debate between Ray Greek and Michael Festing, which took place during the Congress, which will be covered in the Congress proceedings (to be published later this year, as a supplement to ATLA). Unfortunately, I was unable to attend the debate, as I was acting as chairman for another talk, given at the same time.
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