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It was written by Alex Grieve, the founder and president of the Institute for Humane Studies, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting the rights of the vulnerable.

Alex Grieve is the founder of the institute, and he is a founding board member of the Humane Society of the United States.

He was formerly a professor of medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and is currently a senior research fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

He has authored more than 30 scientific papers, published in peer-reviewed journals, and is the author of the best-selling book “The Humane Anatomy of Disease.”

His latest book is “The Case Against Veterinary Neurology.”

Alex Grieved is a professor in the Department of Medicine at the National University of Singapore, Singapore, and an expert on animal care and public health.

His books include “Dogs and the Politics of Human Health,” “Cattle, Horses and Cats,” and “A Guide to Animal Welfare.”

His latest book, “The Vets Who Care: How to Make Your Vet a Better Vet, and Your Dog a Better Neighbor,” was published by the Institute of Humane Studies.

Alex is a graduate of the University in California, Berkeley, and Yale University.

He received his M.D. from the University at Albany School of Veterinary Medicine, and his Ph.

D., from the California Veterinary College.

He currently serves as a professor at the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the National Institutes of Health.

He is the co-author of “The Politics of Humane Animal Care: A Guide to the Principles of Humane Medicine.”

His new book is called “Animal Cruelty: How the Left and Right have Manipulated and Deceived the Public.”

Alex was also featured in the WNYC special edition “Sister Cities: New York, Los Angeles, and Other Cities Making a Difference.”

He recently was featured in The New York Times “Best New Book” section.

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