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Claude Bernard & animal rights

In 1848, the famed French experimental physiologist Claude Bernard demonstrated the ability of the liver to store sugar in the form of glycogen. Ironically, much of the money earned by Bernard was spent by his wife to support anti-vivisection societies, which protested the use of animals in Bernard's own pioneering experiments.

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