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    Animals are tested on for product research worldwide for a wide range of things, such as medicines and cosmetic products. Both private facilities and government laboratories conduct this sort of experimentation, and there are few laws to stop these tests or protect the animals. Most of the animals however, are killed during or after the testing. Everyone wants the sense of security when using a new product of any kind that it will be safe, but there has always been that question of whether animal testing is right or wrong. There is only one law that protects animals subject to testing, the Animal Welfare Act (AWA). It regulates the care and use of animals, such as housing, feeding, handling and vet care. This is only minimal protection and…

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    Animal testing helps researchers in finding new drugs and treatments to improve health and medicine. Many Medical treatments have been made possible by animal testing including HIV drugs, insulin, anti-biotics, vaccines and many more. It has contributed too many cures and treatments that save many human lives. Medical breakthroughs from the last 100 years were from animal research and experimentation. How many people in here have family members with diabetes or just know someone who has it? Do…

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    Animal testing has played a huge role in the advancement of cures for humans during this last century according to “Foundation for Biomedical Research” (Prot-Test 2006). Animal testing has become defined as the research carried out on animals. Mainly every drug or products that humans use has involved animal testing (What is Animal Testing?). With animal testing scientists are capable to test the safety of new medicine and products released to the public such as the safety of cosmetics,…

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    Animal Testing What is animal testing? Animal testing is the use of animals in research and development projects for purposes of determining the safety of substances such as food and drugs.” (“animal” Internet). Many animals are suffering or they just die. Why do they think it’s okay to hurt innocent animals? Animals get tested to help humans get better and also to try new things. Animal testing is wrong because innocent animals are locked in cages, getting pricked and poked by needles, while…

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    Today, more animals are being used for experiments than ever before. In the United States alone, about one hundred million animals are being used for experimentation (Goodman). This has been a controversial topic for several decades and today it is not any different. Animal experimentation is crucial in biomedical research because it is needed for advancements in human health. There are no other alternatives to animal experimentation that are as effective. Animals are very similar to…

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    There are two main Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars that govern the different programs of the USDA; A-110 and A-133. OMB Circular A-110 sets coherent regulations for each federal agency to follow regarding the administration of projects sponsored by the federal government (Guide to Research Compliance). OMB Circular A-133, additionally, is a federally required audit of financial institutions and expenditures in compliance with this said OMB circular. This audit covers any program…

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    United States Department of Agriculture There are two main Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars that govern the different programs of the USDA; A-110 and A-133. OMB Circular A-110 sets coherent regulations for each federal agency to follow regarding the administration of projects sponsored by the federal government (Guide to Research Compliance). OMB Circular A-133, additionally, is a federally required audit of financial institutions and expenditures in compliance with this said OMB…

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    Miss windish English 2 2 October 2017 Horrors of Animal Testing! “Animals can suffer like humans do, so it is speciesism to experiment on them while we refrain from experimenting on humans” (“Using Animal For Testing: Pros Versuses Cons”). This quotation is why animal testing is cruel and problematic. Define animal testing. Thesis. Why is animal testing bad? Some substances that is tested doesn't actually get used in the real world. That being said, the animals being tested on get harmed…

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    Testing on animals has been an undecided topic for many years and it still is today. As years pass by animal protection is disputed and constantly increased to make practices gentler. Earlier in the nineteenth century industries began growing and animal use became greater than before. The number of animals used rose to over 5.5 million in 1970 (Understanding Animal Research 1). In the nineteen hundreds animals helped medical advances of the twentieth century for example; polio vaccine,…

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    conceive naturally. So, they had to convince artificially. However, in ethics this prompted the informed consent(Ubel). Informed consent is giving a patient all possible complications and outcomes of care from the doctor (ACS). This was…

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