Animal Nut

Whelan, David
October 2008
Forbes Asia;10/13/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 17, p68
The article focuses on the effort of medical inventor and philanthropist Gary Michelson in supporting unwanted cats and dogs. It tells that Michelson, a spine surgeon by training who became wealthy by licensing devices and instruments that aided in complicated back surgery, is involved in a scientific research on the problem of unwanted pets. Michelson is also funding a genetic research along with the Hereditary Disease Foundation in isolating genes for Huntington's disease and RNA interference.


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