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    Animal Experimentation needed in the 21ST Century? Imagine if you were in a cage, imprisoned with no way out. You’re hungry, apathetic, and in pain but you’re only allowed to eat whenever they want you to eat, you’re only allowed to get out whenever they need you, and instead of alleviating your pain they increase it. They’ve drugged you, dissected you, and tested on you without even asking for your consent. Did you do something wrong? Was it your destiny to be trapped and used for the benefit of others? Was your death in anyway significant at all? This horrific nightmare is of course not real, to you at least, but the same cannot be said to the millions of animals that go through these horrendous experiences. Animal experimentation is something…

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    Animal Testing Millions of animals die every day as a result to animal testing. Nancy Day said “ animals have been used in research for more than two thousand years”(p.37). Day also said” Galen, who was born in A.D. 129, is considered the founder of experimental physiology”(p.37). Day also said “it takes an average of seven years to test a new drug before the FDA can approve it for the general public”(p.31).Day also said ”critics of animal experimentation say that animals get different forms of…

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    chip of what animal mistreatment looks like in our society today. From animal experimentation to factory farms, the abuse can been hidden away from the eyes of our society (Clemmitt 3). However, with the spread of social media, animal experimentation has advanced to the public. Scientists tormenting animals for the sake of knowledge, chemical safety, and medical research became viral within minutes throughout the world (Hubrecht 2). Philosophers and…

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    Is Animal Testing Wrong? In the current discussions of animal testing, an important argument has been whether or not animal testing is wrong, considering that animals have feelings. One viewpoint is that using animals for testing is completely okay and important in human survival. From this idea, many people such as Heloisa Sabin believe that “without animal research, polio would still be claiming thousands of lives each year” (158). Basically, Sabin is stating that sacrificing animals for…

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    of drugs, infecting innocent and defenseless animals with diseases, poisoning, implantations, and causing brain damage are just some of the elements of what animal experimentation truly is. Cosmetics, cleaning supplies, and personal care products are only a small fraction of the many products used frequently by people that are tested regularly on animals for research-based and scientific studies. Although some may be completely unaware of, we use a number of these products more often than we…

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    essay: Experimenting on animals, with or against? Since many years, animals have always been one of the reasons for the survival of many human beings. They are used for experimental and medical research for finding new drugs and treatments and for the general advancement of health and medicine. There has been a controversy between people about the pros and cons to the practice of animal testing and whether it is helpful or it is just wasting the animal lives and there could…

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    Animal experimentation Humans depend on controversy to obtain an ominous view of all the facts to make an educated decision. While many humans can never unanimously agree on a whole heartedly ethically inclined decision, it can help create progress especially in cases of animal cruelty. Although many people are against animal cruelty, the controversy is dictated to people’s opinions on whether animal experimentation is more helpful or more harmful. Animal experimentation is incredibly…

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    *95% of animals used for experiments are not protected by the Animal Welfare Act, the only act governing animal testing. Laws protecting animals need to include test animals used for experiments and these laws should be more strongly enforced. In order to minimize the number of animals used for testing and make sure they are not mistreated, the laws need to make it harder for researchers to use animals, making alternatives more appealing. Many people would agree that animal testing is morally…

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    When speaking of animal research, it is easy to see it as a morbid, more grotesque field. This is likely because it is easy to see the words “research” and “experimentation” as surgeries that are performed to see if something works and could usually result in death of the animal used in the experiment. However, this is not so, with much of today’s technology animal research and experimentation is performed when there is no better alternative and with medical advancements we can safely perform…

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    able to reach to an even further understanding in research. While this is true Doke and Dhawale state in Alternatives to Animal Testing: A Review “Every year, millions of experimental animals are used all over the world” (224). The use of animals for research and lab experiments is not only an outdated method that harms animals, but is also unreliable and unneeded. Using animals for research and experimentation, while a lucrative business for many, has proven to be not “only unsafe, but also…

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