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During the seventies Americans fought against animal cruelty Animal cruelty is still a major problem in todays society For many years we have been watching advertisements on television then going out and buying that new shampoo or facial cleanser that has those new revitalizing ingredients Do we really know how the manufacturers came up with these ingredients or the process that these products go through before they reach the supermarket or corner store shelf During the seventies there were protests against animal testing Through these protests animals began getting better treatment but now it has been shoved under the carpet Some people believe that testing on animals will help them compete in the marketplace Consumers are constantly demanding new and exciting ingredients in their products Animal tests are often considered the easiest and cheapest way to prove the new ingredients are safe Companies also can use the fact that their products were tested to help defend themselves from and in lawsuits Most Americans apparently would find it a great legal and philosophical stretch to grant animals the same rights as humans 20 percent donate to animal welfare organizations A large majority nearly 70 percent according to some polls approves of animal research particularly if it advances medical sciences The Congress of Technology Assessment estimates scientists use 17-22 million vertebrate animals a year in research including 15 million rats and mice 60000 primates 180000 dogs and 50000 catsDietrich A1 Animal testing comes in many different forms Vivisection is animal experimentation by burning shocking blinding drugging starving irradiating blinding and killing animals Vivisection began because of religious prohibitions against the use of human corpses The religious leaders finally removed these prohibitions but it was too late Vivisection was already entrenched in medical and educational institutionsNEAVS The largest breeding company in the United States is Charles River Breeding LaboratoriesCRBL It is headquartered in Massachusetts and owned by Bausch and Lomb It commands between 40-50 percent of the
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