The Mary T. and
Frank L. Hoffman
Letters and Responses
Letter to The Johns
Concerning Animal-Utilizing Research
8 March 2002
242 Garland Hall
The Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Having worked in animal-utilizing medical research, I know that there is duplication and waste, as well as barbaric cruelty, going on. The perpetuation of such self-serving science delays helping people.
Two ways to really help people and make a name for your university are the following:
- Pursue funding for non-animal utilizing research.
- Weed out duplication.
Toward this end, a good place to start is through an internal audit examining the issue of duplication within your own system and the medical research community.
We look forward to your reply and welcome any questions you may have.
The Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Family Foundation
Mary T. Hoffman
Reply from Johns Hopkins - 14 March 2002
Dear Ms. Hoffman:
Many thanks for your thoughtful letter. President Brody is currently out of town, but I will be sure to share your letter with him.
Jerome D. Schnydman
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