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Vivisection I am writing concerning the issue of vivisection As you know vivisection is experimentation on animals including non-invasive psychology research and dissection According to the American Anti-Vivisection Society millions of animals suffer and die each year in the testing of cosmetic personal care and household products Companies poison them to death They shave the animals skin and expose it to destructive substances They place powerful chemicals in animals eyes All of this is done just for a new and improved cologne dishwashing detergent or toothpaste As a college student who is taking all action that I can to help preserve the environment and help save animals I feel this is unacceptable in this society Not only are there many alternative ways to testing products these alternatives do not harm the environment and have effective and accurate results unlike the use of vivisection Just because a cosmetic personal care or household product is tested on animals that does not necessarily mean it is safe for a human being to use The animals that are used to test products include but are not limited to rabbits mice cats dogs horses and monkeys While we live on the same planet as these animals humans differ greatly from them Even when animal tests do show that products are dangerous this does not keep the product off the market The American Anti-Vivisection Society has done immense research and observes companies in order find these facts As you know the harmful products simply bear warning labels telling people to call a doctor if they swallow the product or if contact is made with skin or eyes It has been found however that poison-control centers rarely if ever turn to data from animal tests to treat patients harmed
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