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    A. Animals are harmed during testing Animals shouldn’t be harmed during testing. Animals have feelings just like humans and they can also experience pain Animals are forced to suffer during experiments Most test animals are killed after an experiment. Some experiments cause so much harm and suffering for animals so that killing would be more merciful for the animals than continuing the experiment. In 2010, a research showed that 97,123 test animals were likely to experience pain and…

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    and even death, where the benefits are the collection of new knowledge or the development of new medical therapies. Over more than 1.4 million animals are used each year.The testing can date all they way back to ancient times of the Greeks and Romans. A physician who dissects animals to obtain knowledge. Supporters of the testing say it is necessary for medical research, but people who are against say it's immoral. This is why controversy surrounds, animal experimentation for…

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    the use of chimpanzees for test, lead to the discovery of the Hepatitis B vaccine. 2. Animal research is regulated by the federal government under the Animal Welfare Act. This act mandates the minimum housing and enclosure requirements for the animals being testing on. In order to pass inspection, each lab testing animal must be inspected by a veterinarian to see if it meets suitable living conditions. Also, all research testing on animals must be approved by Institutional Animal Care and Use…

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    My paper is going to be about, “Is animal testing fair?” Animal testing is just cruel and unfair to the animals and animals have rights too. Animals having feelings just like human beings and they can suffer just as human beings. Most experiments are not beneficial to human beings and it can be avoided. Animals do have a voice but they cannot speak and because of that they are neglected and are tested on cruelly. Animal testing do help humans for research but the pain and suffering are not worth…

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    Animal testing has been used for centuries to provide trial runs for medication and procedures. Cosmetic companies have also started to use animals to test their products. This has brought a lot of backlash onto the topic animal testing. However, what they seem to forget is the fact that animal testing in the advancement in human health. Therefore, animal testing should be continued. Firstly, the usage of animal testing has led to many useful medications. This is showed quite well in Source A…

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    Controversies of Animal Testing The necessity and morality of animal testing are among the most common topics discussed today. Since the discovery of testing new medical treatments on animals many people have pondered whether or not it is actually helpful. Animals have allowed scientist to develop many helpful medicines and medical practices that benefit humans. On the other hand, scientists discovered that animals are not always good test subjects due to the vast differences in both their…

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    Cruelty Of Animal Testing

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    been animal testing. Labs will use ranging from rabbits to mice in their experiments in medicine and even testing beauty products. In order to be able to able to test certain diseases that these animals do not naturally form like humans, they will be injected into them to mimic the disease. This treatment to animals has been used for years and put them through unnecessary pain. There should get rid of animal testing because it can be unreliable, it’s harmful to the animals used in testing, and…

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    Animal Testing Viewpoints

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    After studying multiple views on animal testing I have come to realize my personal view has now changed since the start of my research. Before undergoing heavy study into animal testing I believed that all types of animal testing should be stopped, but now I believe that the idea is very beneficial and should only be done when the rights of the animal are considered. In the coming years, hopefully, more regulations can be passed to ensure that all animal’s lives are protected during…

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    Commercial Testing? Introduction Can you imagine over 100,000 animals dying every year due to animal testing? Some people say it’s for a good cause. Others say it’s a cruel and inhumane thing to do. Animal testing has been going on since 500 BC. Testing on animals can result in many things including mutations and could lead to death, but by testing on them, scientists have discovered cures for some deadly diseases. The long history, the disadvantages, and the advantages of animal testing have…

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    Animal Experimentation and Research Many lives are lost each year as a result of disease, and scientists are frantically trying to keep up by producing cures to new diseases. Experimentation in animals is a common method to achieving such a cure. The experimentation is controversial for several key reasons. Animal rights has been an issue for several decades, and the ethics of experimenting are constantly being questioned. Yet animal experimentation clearly has benefits to humankind and has…

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