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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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    Those not specifically created for research come from licensed Class B animal dealers that are regulated and inspected by the USDA [US Department of Agriculture]. Pets do become lost and may never be found but that does not mean that they end up in research laboratories. Pet owners have a responsibility to make sure their…

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    defining that animal testing was to introduce biology lessons, medical training, cosmetics testing, to find new drugs, chemical, and food. The scientists required to performance the experiment on animals to determine those drugs, and foods are safe for the human or not. On the other hand, the majority of people want to ban the animal experimentation because they believe it’s cruelty, inhumanity, and suffering the animals. However, they are blind to distinguish that the animal testing is…

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    Animal Experimentation

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    experimentation defined that animal testing was used to introduce biology lessons, medical training, cosmetics testing, to find new drugs, chemical, and food. The scientists have to do the experiment on animal to see those drugs, and foods are safe for the human or not. In the other hand, the majority of people want to ban the animal experimentation because they believe it’s cruelty, inhumanity, and suffering the animals. However, they are blind to see that the use of animal testing is essential…

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    Satire On Animal Testing

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    inside in small cages with minimum room; they're confused, scared and very lonely and aren’t able to interact with other animals, and aren’t able to defend themselves. Many different types of species have to suffer everyday because of animal testing. Animal testing shouldn’t be allowed considering it is abusive, ethical wrong, and not beneficial for humans or animals. Animals bodies are very different from humans.We keep doing new test on animals even if they won't benefit us at all. Animals…

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    A table from Lane-Petter and Howell (Table A: “The Principles of Humane Testing” 1) shows that in the countries labeled; India, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, and United Kingdom; the majority of the animals used for testing were mice in all cases. The runner up for these countries is rats, with the exception of chickens in the United Kingdom. Lane-Petter and Howell also calculated that 98 percent of the animals tested in Switzerland are mammals. Italy is next in line with a 95.7 percent mammal use…

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    The objectives of toxicity testing are to determine the quantitative and qualitative effect of chemical substances in human beings and the environment. Toxicity testing is done in an ethical manner to avoid adverse effects on the population of animals. Regulation of the testing activities is essential in carrying out different activities for toxicity testing. Although there are serious ethical issues concerning the accuracy of the results derived…

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    B. Sensitization There are two types of sensitization tests that are generally submitted in support of IDE and marketing applications: the Guinea Pig Maximization Test and the Local Lymph Node Assay. In addition, the Buehler method can be used for topical devices only (i.e., those in contact with skin), per ISO 10993-10. Guinea Pig Maximization Test (GPMT) For this test, male and/or female healthy young adult animals are used. If female animals are used, the animals should be nulliparous and…

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    Animal Testing Outline

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    experiments? Title: Animal Rights and Testing I. Introduction A. Background information The timeline of animal experimentation Viewpoints of animal testing B. (Thesis): Overtime, animal usage in experiments has changed from the past, present, and future, along with people’s viewpoints on the topic. II. Body A. Animal Experimentation in the Past 1. Why did animal experimentation start? 2. The conflicts between people’s viewpoints back then. B. Animal Testing going on Today 1. What…

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    Death Camp Dehumanized Essay

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    To dehumanize is to “deprive someone of positive human qualities” or at least that is what the literal definition is. However, the significant meaning behind it is to treat someone as though they are not human, rather lower ranking or like an animal. What do most people think of when hearing about the Holocaust? The simple answer to that is, the Jewish population. Most people know that many terrible things happened to the Jewish people during the Holocaust, however, very few know how poorly…

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