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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 psychology, where psychologists monitor animals under different conditions so that we can better understand how these conditions might affect people. Environmentalists use animal testing to help better preserve and protect the rest of their species that may…

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    There is no denying that using animals in the progress of medical research and study is necessary. That being said, the current rulings and principles of this form of scientific research are being challenged by different countries worldwide. In one such case, a U.K. clinical trial was done to limit the use of animals in their study of the TeGenero leukemia drug. “Of the new European tests, for example, five detect pyrogenic contaminants in drugs—bacteria that infiltrate injectable or intravenous…

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    Medical Research vs Animal Testing The harmful use of animals in experiments is not only cruel but also ineffective. Animal research is a serious action against innocent animals. "Animals used in experiments are commonly subjected to force feeding, forced inhalation, food and water deprivation, prolonged periods of physical restraint, the infliction of burns and other wounds to study the healing process, the infliction of pain to study its effects and remedies, and killing by carbon dioxide…

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    I believe that medical research is very important but it should be done knowing that if something goes wrong someone or something may be hurt. I think that Charlie’s doctors in Flowers for Algernon should have been more aware that his life is on the line, they were doing an operation on his brain and if there was one mess up Charlie could die. This also goes to Algernon, even though he is a little mouse his life matters. Keyes, Daniel. Sometimes medical research and animal testing is very…

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    A highly controversial, and relatively new, argument of utilizing animals in the testing and development of medical research has left scientists in the crossroads on the ethics behind the entire operation. Approximately twenty-six million animals are in the United Stated each year for both scientific and commercial testing, in which these animals are used for a wide range of dangerous procedures. These animals are used for testing the safety of medications for human consumption, determining the…

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    It is certainly easy to understand the strong feelings behind the use of animals in medical research, which continually fuels the ongoing debate as to whether or not animal testing is an ethical and legitimate science. The need for laboratory animals is clear, given all the discoveries that have developed through this practice. It has led to a better understanding of both behavior and physiology, not to mention the knowledge in preventing or curing a variety of conditions and diseases.…

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    Introduction Nowadays, more and more good medical resource is come to our life, because all the doctors with exquisite skills. Also, it is because of the animal, from fruit flies to mice, are widely used in scientific research. They are the key to enabling scientists to better understand human biology and health, and to develop new drugs (n, 2015). Animals are really important to us, in the back days, they help us a lot with agriculture, translate and so on. Even nowadays they help us a lot…

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    Medical Marijuana Medical Marijuana is a controversial topic. Is it safe? Why do some doctors oppose or accept the notion of marijuana for medical purposes? To understand the questions surrounding medical marijuana, you must look to the root of marijuana’s impact in the pharmaceutical world. Marijuana has a complex impact on the human body, meaning that it can be difficult to fully understand how the drug can work when exposed to an intricate subject, such as a chronic illness. The FDA has…

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    The medical perfusionist field requires you to first complete perfusion training programs,which takes around four years to complete, then a four year Bachelor's degree, then trying to get accepted into the (PCP), or the Perfusion Certificate Program. Many perfusionists' goals are to pursue a certain certificate Medical Perfusionist program that best suits their needs. Nevertheless, many perfusion educational programs can also require candidates to complete a few mandatory courses in:…

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    Death With Dignity: A Commentary Sergej Jagodin Millersville University Medical Aid in Dying: A Commentary The ability to choose when to die is not a topic that is heavily discussed throughout a person’s life. What constitutes dying early and on one’s own terms? Is it moral? Is it right? What if a person is terminally ill? Is choosing when to die reasonable for that person? These are questions relating to Medical Aid in Dying that are being answered by multiple states. Oregon is one of those…

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