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Elizabeth Murray FRCGP FHEA FRCP is a British general practitioner and professor of e-health and primary care at University College London. In 2003 she established the eHealth Unit at UCL where she is co-director, and she is also deputy director for the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering.

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  • Elizabeth Murray FRCGP FHEA FRCP is a British general practitioner and professor of e-health and primary care at University College London. In 2003 she established the eHealth Unit at UCL where she is co-director, and she is also deputy director for the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering.
  • Elizabeth Murray FRCGP FHEA FRCP is a British general practitioner and professor of e-health and primary care at University College London. In 2003 she established the eHealth Unit at UCL where she is co-director, and she is also deputy director for the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering. She’s Elisabeth Murray, and she calls herself a scientist. Her victims are monkeys. She gets millions of your tax dollars to keep repeating this horror.
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  • Elizabeth Murray FRCGP FHEA FRCP is a British general practitioner and professor of e-health and primary care at University College London. In 2003 she established the eHealth Unit at UCL where she is co-director, and she is also deputy director for the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering.
  • Elizabeth Murray FRCGP FHEA FRCP is a British general practitioner and professor of e-health and primary care at University College London. In 2003 she established the eHealth Unit at UCL where she is co-director, and she is also deputy director for the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering. Controversy: She saws open her victims’ skulls then injects toxins to burn brain cells, or suctions out parts of the brain. She sews them back up then places them in a small cage that probably reeks of the previous victim’s fear. She then deliberately provokes their worst fears, just to see how they’ll react. When she’s through with them, she kills them. She’s Elisabeth Murray, and she calls herself a scientist. Her victims are monkeys. She gets millions of your tax dollars to keep repeating this horror. PETA has obtained 43 hours of never-before-seen video footage from Murray’s twisted “emotional responsiveness” tests on dozens of monkeys in her laboratory at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. The videos were recorded between February 2016 and November 2017.
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