Birth Name: Pamela Anderson
Birth Place: Ladysmith, British Columbia, CA
Born on July 1, 1967 in Ladysmith, British Columbia, Canada, Anderson was raised by her father, Berry, a furnace repairman, and her mother, Carol, a waitress. In a scenario only a Hollywood writer could devise, Anderson was discovered while simply minding her own business at a sporting event - specifically, a British Columbia Lions football game. At halftime, a network camera man, looking to kill a few seconds between quarters, scanned the crowd looking for someone to embarrass on the stadium's giant JumboTron screen. In a remarkable twist of fate, he spotted the gorgeous 22-year-old Anderson in the bleachers, wearing a form fitting Labatt's Beer T-shirt. Upon seeing her giant image on the... Continue Bio >>
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I can't bring myself to do your Ice bucket challenge.
I enjoy a good dare- It's always good to bring awareness - in fun, creative ways / I don't want to take away from that.
but it had me thinking. Digging a bit deeper. I found that we may not be aligned - in our messages. So...
- I thought Instead / I'd challenge ALS to stop Animal testing /-- Recent experiments funded by the ALS Association, mice had holes drilled into their skulls, were inflicted with crippling illnesses, and were forced to run on an inclined treadmill until they collapsed from exhaustion. Monkeys had chemicals injected into their brains and backs and were later killed and dissected.
What is the result of these experiments (other than a lot of suffering)? In the past decade, only about a dozen experimental ALS treatments have moved on to human trials after being shown to alleviate the disease in animals. All but one of these treatments failed in humans—and the one that “passed” offers only marginal benefits to humans who suffer from ALS. This massive failure rate is typical for animal experiments, because even though animals feel pain and suffer like we do, their bodies often react completely differently to drugs and diseases. According to the FDA, 92 out of every 100 drugs that pass animal trials fail during the human clinical trial phase.
Sophisticated non-animal testing methods—including in vitro methods, advanced computer-modeling techniques, and studies with human volunteers, among others—have given us everything from the best life-saving HIV drugs to cloned human skin for burn victims. Trying to cure human diseases by relying on outdated and ineffective animal experiments isn’t only cruel—it’s a grave disservice to people who desperately need cures.
Please, help scientists make real progress toward treating and curing human diseases by visiting HumaneSeal.org to find and support charities that never harm animals and which pour their time and resources into advanced, promising, human-relevant cures.
Wednesday 20th of August 2014 05:09:00 PM
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I am thankful to be receiving support from The Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund through my participation in BGC Charity Day, held on September 11th. With their donations, we will be able to further the National Domestic Violence Hotline - BGC Charity Day National Domestic Violence Hotline #BGCCharityDay #nyc #pamelaandersonfoundation #loveisrespect
Wednesday 20th of August 2014 11:58:58 AM