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Animal Testing

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Transcript of Animal Testing

Animal Testing
by Smiling Dog Team
Presentation
Overview
What is Animal Testing?
Disadvantages of Animal Testing
Advantages of Animal Testing
Conclusion
Question and Answer
Quiz
What is Animal Testing?
Using animals for experiment to test products for human use.
Why do we need a Animal Testing?
How do people think about Animal Testing?
Opponent
It helps to develop
life-saving treatments
It is cruel, inhumane and
useless
Advantages
Life-saving cures and treatments
Polio
The most dreaded childhood diseases of the 20th century
Polio vaccines was tested on chickens and monkeys
Infant Mortality
Studies in sheep led treatment of respiratory distress syndrome
Studies in rats, mice, dogs, and sheep help to treat sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
Animals are similar to human being in many ways
Chimpanzees: 99% DNA. Mice: 98% DNA
The same set of organs (heart, kidneys, lungs, etc.) and function
Animal has shorter life cycles
Mice, live for two to three years, so researchers can study over a whole lifespan, or across several generations
Other treatment include pacemakers for heart disease and remedies for glaucoma and hip dysplasia.
Animals testing help cure rabies, distemper, feline leukemia, and etc in animals
Testing for toxicity, human volunteers can be in danger
Be unethical to perform invasive experimental procedures on human beings before the methods have been tested on animals
Advantages
Animals are appropriate research subjects
Advantages
Animals themselves benefit from the results of animal testing

Advantages
Preventing the unethical use of human subjects
Disadvantages
Animals are killed or kept in captivity
Disadvantages
Some substances tested, may never be used for anything useful
Disadvantages
It is very expensive
Disadvantages
Animals and humans are never exactly the same
Countless animals are experimented on and then killed after their use
The animal died in vain because no direct benefit to humans occurred.
Animal testing generally costs an enormous amount of money
There is also the argument that the reaction of a drug in an animal's body is quite different from the reaction in a human
Conclusion
Quiz!
Cloning Dolly the sheep
An animal testing is using animals for experiment to test products for human use.

Disadvantages
Animals are killed or kept in captivity
Some substances tested, may never be used for anything useful
It is very expensive
Animals and humans are never exactly the same

Advantages
An animal testing gives life-saving cures and treatments
Animals are appropriate research subjects
Animals themselves benefit from the results of animal testing
Preventing the unethical use of human subjects
1. What is an animal testing?
2. Why do we need an animal testing?
3. ็How do you think about animal testing?
4. How can you help these animals?
5. If some products that you are using is come from an animal testing, will you continue to use it?
1. The similar between
human's body and animals
2. Animal testing are used for medicine, cosmetic and biological research
Proponent
How do you think about animals in testing, are they heroes or victims?
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