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Between 25 and 50 million animals are killed in American laboratories each year this include mice rats cats ferrets monkey and etcAmerican Anti-Vivisection Society Since the medical skill has been developed numbers of drugs have been invented to fight the diseases that human beings get In order to make sure that those medicine works the medicines need to be tested on animals first When a new disease is found thousands of animals are put in the laboratory to test on the new medicine And during the past decade the new disease Aids is found Is it time again for millions of animals to sacrifice their lives and have no right for their little lives Monkey is one of the poorest animals that human beings use in the experiment because that it is believed to have the closest species to human beings How can they do it since the monkey normally doesnt get the AIDS disease First the experimenter injects the AIDS disease into a monkey and let the disease sit in the monkeys body for seven days After the monkey gets the AIDS disease then the experimenter injects whichever medicine heshe found and tries it on the monkey The scientist keeps record of what the monkey s reactions are After a period of time 99999 of monkey dies after the experiment and the scientist pick a new victim to test on his new medicine From my point of view animals should not be used as an experiment tool for testing new drugs because all animals are also living creatures like human beings and have their souls as the human beings do An animal should not be considered property in which people may claim for a right to use them in medical research They do have hearts as the we all do Animals are the experiment victims because they can not complain and they can not fight for their lives like the human beings I
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