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    History Of Animal Testing

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    Animal testing has been around for a long time with some unpleasant history. With the expertise in technology not being as advanced and innovative as it is today with using other alternative methods, scientists had tested their theories on animals. Animals used in research experiments go back to the early Greek physician scientists such as Aristotle, Erasistratus and Galen. Galen practiced in Rome, where he conducted animal experiments to develop the understanding of anatomy, physiology,…

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    Persuasive Animal Testing

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    conscious. This is not a scene from a horror movie, but the actual life of ill-fated animals that were captured or bred for the use of animal testing. These animals are poke, prodded, and tortured for the sake of science to better improve man kind, but is science actually worth the never-ending suffering…

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    cosmetology from a moral philosophical framework. Is animal testing universally unethical or contingent on circumstance? In particular, is animal testing considered unethical in the cosmetics industry? If so, how do corporate entities, governments, and citizens justify the production and purchase of cosmetic products tested on animals? Are corporations inherently wicked, are the psychopathic, innately selfish, competitive beings? Cosmetic animal testing appears to satisfy a lower form of…

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    New Zealand has seen the ban of cosmetics testing on animals. Isaac Davidson, reporter for the New Zealand Herald released an article on 31st March 2015, explaining the government’s decision to ban the use of animals for cosmetic research. The topic of animal testing is taken very seriously around the world, with the public of Britain protesting for decades and addressing their government to take the necessary steps to ban it. An example of this is the Lush cosmetics campaign, which took place…

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    Animal Testing Dilemmas

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    Article #2: The Ethics of Animal Testing Volkswagen is currently under a fire because it has come to light that they help fund tests where humans and monkeys inhaled diesel fumes for hours. The nature of the tests is still not known, as the findings have not been made public, however two independent scientists that have conducted air pollution tests on human volunteers told BBC that similar tests on humans are common (Gunter, 2018). The controversial and unethical testing was found to be…

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    be difficult. According to the CDC (2016), there are about 29,700 new infections each year with an estimated 3.2 million people chronically infected. Vaccinations are not available for this strain, but people are encouraged to get the hepatitis A and B vaccines to help protect their liver from further damage. Since treatment for hepatitis C have advanced in recent years, it has been questioned if a vaccine is even necessary (Liang, 2013). I believe it would be less costly to vaccinate people…

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    Animal Testing Facts

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    Animal Testing “Ninety-two percent of experimental drugs that are safe and effective on animals fail in human clinical trials because they don’t work or are dangerous” (“Animal Experimentation Facts”). This statistic shows animal testing is too inaccurate to be used and animals are not the same as humans. Even though animals are much different than humans, there are people who think testing drugs on the animals the right thing. When a scientist is testing a new drug they will inject the animals;…

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    The Myth of Animal Testing Animal testing has been practiced by humans for centuries and has been found in Greek writing that dates back to 300 BC. Although, in more recent times, specifically the beginning of the 19th century, animal testing has become more prevalent. However, along with this rapid growth of animal testing also came agencies that aimed to put it to a stop. One of the major issues that people had with animal testing was the cruel and inhumane treatment on the animals. In 1866,…

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    Since the fifteenth century, animal testing been utilized for medical research, but did not become prevalent until the 1800’s. At this time is when people started to protect the animals, claiming that they had feelings and that it was immoral to continue testing on them. Today, animal testing is a very controversial topic with dozens of stances on what is acceptable and what is not. Animal research has helped us as humans make huge medical advances. Not only in the medical field but in…

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    use of high-stakes test as instruments of educational procedure. The statement on high-stakes testing is grounded on the 1999 Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (Position Statement, 2000). The standards are supported and authorized by the AERA composed with the American Psychological Association (APA) and the National Council on Measurement in Education…

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