Calchlorin gets a media boost

In a creative twist on the recent news about water and chemical compounds found on Mars, Animals 24-7 urges more widespread coverage of Calchlorin, calcium chloride in alcohol, as a nonsurgical dog sterilant. The announcement by NASA about the new discoveries on the red planet made international headlines. It is likely that calcium chloride exists on Mars, but author Merritt Clifton noted that little attention has been paid to the Calchlorin Timmy Prize announcement in September. The article highlights information on Calchlorin and the recent recipients of the Timmy Prize for data sharing on Calchlorin usage. Read the full article and help spread the word about Calchlorin by reviewing and sharing the webpage. The final round of the Timmy Prize signup ends in October!

Linda Brent, PhD

Executive Director, Parsemus Foundation

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