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Should product testing on animals or humans be allowed?
Transcript of Should product testing on animals or humans be allowed?
They test on perfectly good animals not on the people wanting the makeup, clothes, etc,.
If they did test on humans it was unethical (not morally correct) or illegal.
Over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in U.S. labs in a year.
Up to 90% of animals used in U.S. labs are not counted in the official statistics of animals tested.
Europe, the world’s largest cosmetic market, Israel and India have already banned animal testing for cosmetics, and the sale or import of newly animal-tested beauty products.
Not really any other pros that I could find on Animal Testing.
April 13th, 2015
Animals and people are alike in many ways;
Thus, animals should be treated with the SAME respect as humans. Animals' rights are violated when they are used in research because they are not given a choice, because they do not have the voice like humans to express their pain and their choice.
Which according to a lot of people is completely wrong and foul.
All pictures relate to my topic because they are either animals being testing or the side effects of them after being tested.
Benefits of non-animal testing.
Scientific tests are often more reliable than animal testing.
Human tissue in toxic tests is more accurate than animals.
Non-animal tests are less expensive.
Cruelty free products are safer for the enviroment.
A monkey after having a test done over a week ago.
Some tests that they do on animals are:
Make them smoke cigarettes for months (to see how it effects their lungs)
Inject poisons into their blood stream.
Suffocate them after putting a drug or medicine into their system.