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A second macaque monkey has died at a Bristol Myers-Squibb testing laboratory. The New York pharmaceutical company's New Brunswick testing facility left a macaque monkey unattended and restrained, which resulted in the animals unnecessary death.
The first macaque monkey was boiled alive after being left in a cage that was submerged in scalding water for to clean the cage- noone checked to make sure the cage was empty.
Both of these abusive incidents could have been avoided were it not for irresponsible neglect, and could have been completely avoided if Bristol Myers-Squbb stopped using animals in testing labs. We ask Bristol Myers to stop using animals in their experiments.
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