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Against Animal Testing
Transcript of Against Animal Testing
Lazara Sanchez Animal Testing Against Animal Testing Each year in the United States, an estimated 70 million animals are injured, blinded, shaved, force-fed chemicals, physically manipulated, and otherwise hurt and killed in the name of science. Substances we use everyday, such as eye shadow, soap, furniture polish and oven cleaner, may be tested on rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, dogs, cats, and other animals. Alternatives -The In Vitro method where you can
have toxicity screenings on Cells. Animal testing is not 100% effective Animal Cruelty -Why is it not okay to hit and abuse a pet at home but it is okay to abuse and kill one in a lab ?
Labs are legally allowed to blind, drown, burn, shock, poison, starve, brain damage, and cause animals seizures due to experimenting.
-Animals hurt and suffer just as bad as we do
After these painful procedures animals are thrown back in their cages to suffer without any pain killers. http://bit.ly/M2Qu8x to Animal Testing - 3D In Vitro where we can make 3D
Organs and test chemicals on the 3D
human body. Vaxdesign Creates a (MIMIC) system that creates a human immune system to test HIV AND AIDES and we wont have to infect monkeys with HIV or aides. About 92% of the test on animals are unsafe or ineffective in humans.
The remaining 8% are some of the most closely analyzed on the planet.
National Cancer institute have cured mice of cancer for decades, and it simply didn't work on humans!! Animal testing is wasteful, ineffective, and unrelated to human disease, not to mention unethical! The reality is that much of this research is little more than curiosity. What can we do? Stop buying into cruelty, buy cosmetics and personal-care products only from companies that don't test on animals.
Take action in current campaigns
Get involved with animal protection groups such as the Humane Society of the United States, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)