Tell the President of Wayne State University to Halt Cruel Heart Failure Experiments on Dogs

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Rogue, a brown, black, and white hound, endured months of experimental surgeries and cruel, misguided experiments. She had nine devices implanted in her body and was forced to run on a treadmill. In October 2012 she died at just 15 months old in a laboratory at Wayne State University in Detroit.

Unfortunately, Rogue was neither the first nor the last dog to suffer and die like this because Wayne State has been performing these needless experiments for more than 20 years. Over that time, hundreds of dogs have been used and killed with no human health benefits to show for it. But with your help, we can put an end to this cruelty.

Please tell M. Roy Wilson, M.D., M.S., president of Wayne State to end these experiments immediately and focus on human-relevant research.

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