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The Controversy of Animal Testing in Scientific Research
Animal Testing in Scientific Research The controversy of animals use in scientific research has given birth to diverse methods of action throughout the years. Various organizations have been formed to find a solution to this animal cruelty issue. The American Anti-Vivisection Society is a national organization that suppor...
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Animal Testing Saves the Lives of People
Animal Testing Let's pretend that someone you know and adore is dying right now. The cause of death would be because the person is ill with no known cure. Whether the illness is something as simple as the measles or small poxs, or a much more complicated disease such as cancer, that person is about to be gone forever. A so...
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Cosmetics and Animal Testing: The Cause of Death and Mistreatment
Cosmetics: The Cause of Death And Mistreatment Animal testing is a problem. Sure some of it is necessary for medical advancements, but cosmetic animal testing is not used for medical advancements, and it has no other reasonable uses. 72% of Americans oppose animal testing in cosmetics, and this reveals that America is alre...
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The Unethical Use of Animals and the Need to Ban Animal Testing for Medical Research Purposes in the United States
According to the Animal Welfare Association there is an average of around 76 million cats killed and 54 million dogs killed for research every year in the Unites States alone. The topic of animal testing is a highly debated topic and has called to question if it should be banned in the United States. Many people see animal...
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An Alternative to the Harsh and Unnecessary Practices of Animal Testing for Products, Drugs, Chemicals and Other Research
Should We Test on Animals Animal testing is widely used today in testing products, drugs, chemicals and other research. These tests are done for the benefits of humans, with little regard to the humanity of animals. Animal testing has found cures and prevent loss of human life, but unfortunately at many hidden or...
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Animal Testing is Immoral and Should Be Stopped
Animal Testing The True Cost of Our Health Animal testing has become very common nowadays and is used for nearly everything, not only scientific research. It is true that without animal testing, certain types of research which cannot be done without a living organism would be impossible. It also helps to give more reliabl...
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Animal Testing as an Unethical Practice and Should Be Prohibited According to Scientists
Scientists say animal testing is unethical and should be prohibited A good or sound argument makes a claim and offers reasons and evidence in support of that claim. It also anticipates opposing viewpoints and acknowledges, accommodates, and/or refutes them. Think about your audience and what you feel they need to hear, th...
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Is Animal Testing Cruel or Necessary?
Animal Testing: Cruel or Necessary? The testing of animals for human advances has been a highly controversial topic ever since the modern era of animal testing began starting in the late 1800’s. Many different species of animals are used as subjects in experiments testing a variety of medicines and products. The two main t...
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Animal Testing Is Morally Wrong and Should Be Banned by the Government
Everyone at some point has come across a television commercial, an online article, or a video about animal testing. There might be a picture of a rabbit with its fur all mangled. Or maybe it’s a picture of a white lab rat in a cage. Whatever the picture, it’s not a pleasant one. Every year, over one hundred million animals...
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Should animal testing be banned
Should Animal Testing be Banned? According to the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (2014), it is estimated that more than 26 million animals are used for cosmetic products testing every year in the U.S alone. Out of these, more than 1.5 million animals die as a direct result of the tests performed on them...
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