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Glaxo Smithkline (GSK) releases 2010 corporate responsibility report

The pharmaceutical giant Glaxo Smithkline has released its Corporate Responsibility Report for 2010 which you can access here:

http://www.gsk.com/responsibility/cr-report-2010/

In the past GSK has been targeted by animal rights activists who claim it is linked to the controversial animal testing labs at Huntingdon Research Centre, now known as Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS). In 2005 activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) infiltrated the labs and filmed staff punching and kicking the animals in their care. The footage was subsequently screened on British television. The company has also faced criticism over its product Avandia which one website describes as a 'killer drug' (http://truthman30.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/gsk-devoid-of-ethics/). It has also generated controversy over its activities in Puerto Rico (http://www.pharmalot.com/2011/01/glaxo-whistleblower-the-worst-thing-i-ever-saw/)

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