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Eliminating Animal Experimentation
Transcript of Eliminating Animal Experimentation
It harms them.
There are many animals being used.
Most Animals end up dying. People are already infected
Saves animals from being killed
More effective results
More cures can be found.
Less money to provide for animals Nothing is being harmed.
Has the same effect.
Easier to replace if something goes wrong. Synthetic Skin Computer Modeling Cost is cheaper.
Don't have to produce or make anything.
Shows similar results.
Nothing is being harmed Things Found Without the Use of Animal Testing. Just to name a few... Scurvy
The Heimlich maneuver
Connections between heart disease and cholesterol.
Connections between smoking and cancer. What is Being Done to Different Animals During Testing Conclusion Animal rights groups continue to protest for animal safety.
Governments play a big role.
Alternatives to animal testing exist.
Solutions are available to fix the problem. Animal experimentation continues to be a big problem worldwide. Sources YouTube
"Alternatives to Animal Testing: Or, Alternatives to the Use of Animals in Research." GEARI, 2013: n.p. Group for the Education of Animal Related Issues. Web. 28 Apr 2013.
Sullivan, Kristie. "No More Excuses for Testing Cosmetics on Animals." Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. 11 Apr 2012: n.p. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 11 Apr 2013.
Vastag, Brian. "NIH to Reduce Use of Chimps." Washington Post. 22 Sep 2012: p. A.3. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 11 Apr 2013. The End