Introducing UF Vivisector Barry J. Byrne’s Pompe Disease & Muscular Dystrophy Experiments

Posted by admin on August 2, 2017

Courtesy of Eleventh Hour for Animals

The Mayo Clinic describes muscular dystrophy as “a group of diseases that cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass.” And the NIH National Library of Medicine describes infant-onset Pompe Disease (a rare form of muscular dystrophy):

“Infants with this disorder typically experience muscle weakness (myopathy), poor muscle tone (hypotonia), an enlarged liver (hepatomegaly), and heart defects. Affected infants may also fail to gain weight and grow at the expected rate (failure to thrive) and have breathing problems. If untreated, this form of Pompe Disease leads to death from heart failure in the first year of life.”

The illustrious pediatrician/vivisector, Dr. Barry J. Byrne, is directly responsible for the genetically-modified breeding of untold numbers of mice, dogs, and monkeys to exhibit the debilitating neurological and musculoskeletal mutations associated with muscular dystrophy and Pompe Disease. For his efforts, Dr. Byrne has received high public praise, even a nomination for a “Spirit of Gainesville” award:

Dr. Byrne has been relentless in his pursuit of a treatment/cure for various forms of rare diseases, such as Pompe Disease, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Barth’s Syndrome. His focus on oft overlooked diseases has put the University of Florida on the map in new advances for these diseases.”

Relentless Indeed…

At the moment, I can only confirm the particulars of this lucrative torture regimen and the participants. Information about the condition of the nonhuman primates and dogs will be published when I have UF’s lab records in my hands.

I agree with the Gainesville Sun’s characterization of Dr. Byrne’s atrocities against nonhumans as relentless. Perhaps that’s because up until today, the only rewards for his war crimes have been money and accolades. Now that his loved ones are about to share the spotlight with him, maybe he’ll reconsider his penchant for animal torture. Maybe his loved ones will be able to persuade him to reconsider. Maybe we’ll focus our attention on Laura next. For now, Eleventh Hour for Animals is returning to Gainesville on Saturday to re-establish a presence as well as recruit. And you never know where we’ll be or who we may intend to engage.

Last modified on October 27, 2017

Categories: Animal Liberation
4 Comments »

« | Home | »

4 Responses to “Introducing UF Vivisector Barry J. Byrne’s Pompe Disease & Muscular Dystrophy Experiments”

  1. Louis Eagle Warrior Says:
    Why is this cretin still above ground and breathing?
    Before that, he and a few select of his “loved” ones harnessed to have the same done to them.
  2. admin Says:

    The short answer is that our own movement welfarists who work with AND PROTECT these maniacs have been the only “activists” allegedly engaged in anti-viv action. And with them on the job, these animals are guaranteed to live in agony and die in silence while their tormentors anonymously enjoy their blood money profits. What a joke!

  3. Marjorie Hass Says:

    Idiotic embicile.  I would love to experiment on him. 

  4. admin Says:

    I share your sentiments, Marjorie!

Leave a Reply