The Ethical Dilemmas: The Dangers Of Animal Testing
Animals feel pain and they suffer while being tested on, and it is not right for us to imprison and abuse them. Animal researching should be outlawed in the United States because there are other alternatives, it is unethical, and does not always provides a reliable result.
What many people do not realize is that various alternatives to animal testing exist and it is not a necessity to tests on them. Rather than exposing animals to painful tests- other means of experimentation, as well as food, cosmetic, and drug testing are an option. Things such as human-patient simulators, computer modeling, and human research volunteers can easily take the place of animals ("Alternatives to Animal Testing" PETA). These alternatives are relevant to human health, unlike animal testing. Human-patient simulators actually respond like the human body would. They bleed, breathe, convulse, and even “die”. It is scary how real these simulators are. Computer modeling has been proven to predict how drugs will affect the human body and human volunteers, as well as accurately portraying how drugs and