When animal rights turns ugly

  title={When animal rights turns ugly},
  author={Brady Huggett},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  • B. Huggett
  • Published 1 June 2008
  • Political Science
  • Nature Biotechnology
The number of incidents in which investigators are facing stalking, harassment and visits to their homes from animal rights activists is on the increase. In March and April alone, Novartis employees (Basel) have been targeted in the UK, Italy and the US, and AstraZeneca’s (London) Swedish offices were vandalized. Incidents also are on the rise against academic investigators— most notably in late February when a group of masked animal rights activists harassed a University of California breast… 

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