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July 2004, Pilot Issue
Welcome to a pilot issue of PCRM Online, an e-newsletter we are considering publishing on a regular basis. The newsletter would feature the latest about our work, ways to get more involved, and resources for your practice. But before making our decision, we very much want your input. Please let us know your thoughts by filling out our brief survey. Thanks for your help and support.
Best,

Neal Barnard, M.D.,
President
The World’s First Animal-Free Insulin Assay
PCRM has developed a new insulin assay, which sidesteps controversial animal-derived ingredients used in typical assays. Read more >>
Something Fishy at the USDA
Every five years, the federal government undertakes one of the most contentious projects imaginable when it revises the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the primary source of nutrition advice in the U.S. Read more >>
This Is Your Heart on a High-Fat Diet
Stay tuned for PCRM’s powerful new public service announcement, Parallels. It’s debuting this summer on cable channels throughout the United States.
Read more >>
PCRM Makes Hollywood Debut in Super Size Me
PCRM president and nutrition researcher Neal Barnard is featured in a new hit film. Read more >>
He Plays a Doctor on TV and in PCRM’s New Humane Seal Ad
Noah Wyle, star of CBS’s hit hospital drama ER, graciously appears in a new PCRM print ad promoting cruelty-free charities. Read more >>
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