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To Much Rashness What is the deal with primate research In Deborah Blumes essay The Monkey Wars she gives you the information on the monkey wars Blume gives you the facts in the war Her essay has a tone of neutral territory in the midst of the battleground It is the type of neutrality that asks for peace But animal right activists are out of control They are so radical in their beliefs that they will not negotiate Their strong beliefs are making them ruthless in this battle Their ruthlessness has cornered the scientist into a position they would rather not be in Yet we still do not have a winner in this war but rather a battle after another battle So the question that comes up into the picture is what really is to become of this war When I first started 20 years ago monkeys were 25 each says the chief of lab animal care at the University of California Yeah this price is awfully appealing The purchases of the primates were not based the begging price but rather for some other reason The reason is that the primates resemble humans so very closely that it is not necessary that we must use humans instead Out of these studies have come prodigious results with better medicine and cures to epidemics There are many examples that can be used to back this up For one using monkeys scientist has created vaccines for measles learned to fight leprosy developed anti rejection drugs that make organ transplants possible On the other hand During the 1950s American scientists did kill hundreds of thousands of monkeys for polio research Are these necessary sacrifices for a better medical world It seems apparent that the animal right activists will not negotiate the problem among primate research but rather fight to end all animal testing What makes us realize the rashness in the animal activist terms of war is
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