25 February 2019

The Science of Delivering Drugs through Chicken Eggs

Humankind’s practice of using other animals as vessels through which we are healed in some way is at least as old as, if not older than, civilization itself. Today, scientific researchers are heralded in our culture as the saviors of humankind, reinforcing this ancient myth in which the “lesser animals” are elevated as martyrs for their “sacrifice” in serving a greater human purpose. In this post, Robert Grillo deconstructs a recent BBC article about the use of chickens to deliver drugs through their eggs.


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