Animal Experimentation
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...Animal Experimentation During the second century, Galen, a Greek physician known as the father of vivisection, conducted one of the early experiments on animals when he digested a pig to describe the spinal cord and the brain functions. In the 1620s, William Harvey, an English physician, conducted his well-known experiment on animals, which was considered later to be the first experiment to provide a full demonstration of blood circulation. The William Harvey’s experiment empowered the use of animals in medical investigation by showing the significance of vivisection in comparative physiological investigation (). As a result, The use... ?Abdulaziz Alzahrani (Aziz) EAP 150 Dr. Sara Schwab December 3rd,...
Animal Experimentation
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...ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION (A CRITICAL ANALYSIS) Introduction: The practice of testing on animals goes back many centuries. In A.D 100's, a Greek physician Galen proved that veins carry blood and not air as it was previously believed. This event was recorded as the first known use of animals in medical research. Today, animals are still being experimented for a variety of reasons. For example, they are used to test new drugs and medical procedures, which determine whether it is beneficial to humans, or harmful. Other uses include learning the harmful effects of a new product such as a cosmetic, food additive,...
Animal Experimentation
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...Animal Experimentation The issue of animal testing draws some strong sentiments aimed at thebenefits and demerits of the practice. For this reason, this paper aims at examining the available attitudes relating to animal testing and the measure that should be taken to treat animals humanely. Animal testing should be conducted following its immense health benefits towards humans in relation to assisting preterm babies and children. In this light, animal experiments have helped to come up with a solution to ensure that preterm babies survive despite their weak bodies and health. This is due to experiments conducted on lambs using steroids that have proved the strengthening properties... October 17th Animal ...
Should Animal Experimentation Be Permitted?
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...animal experimentation be permitted? Animal experimentation is the practice of using non-human animals in experiments. It is used in various fields of research like human medicine and animal keeping while carrying out research. Many have argued that it is against the rights of animals on the contrary others claim use of animals is more logical than use of humans. This paper will seek to clarify as to whether animal experimentation be permitted. Breakthroughs in treating spinal cord injuries, like practically all medical advances, depend upon experimentation on animal. Experiments on the regeneration of spinal nerve endings were conducted at the University of Zurich. In test-tube... April 21 Should...
Can animal experimentation be justified
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...Animal Experimentation Be Justified? Introduction Do humans have inherent right to cause suffering to other forms of life to better our predicament? Is it morally right to experiment on animals just to develop products and medicines that would help humans? These are controversies circulating around animal experimentation. In 2009, Dixon delineates justifications from the pros and cons groups. The pros argued that animal experimentation results in an important medical breakthrough that will reduce human suffering and death; a good example of this is the...
Why Animal Experimentation Should be Banned? Alternatives to Animal Experimentation.
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...Animal Experimentation Should be Banned Introduction With the help of many different animal species, science has made significant inroads into combating some major diseases. However, it has all been without the animals' consent, and it has not been without significant cost to human lives as well as millions of animals' lives. In this report I will discuss scientific and ethical reasons against the use of animals in scientific experiments and will show that in the face of overwhelming evidence, such practices should be discontinued. There are two main categories of animal...
Why Animal Experimentation Should be Banned
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...Animal Experimentation Should be Banned Introduction With the help of many different animal species, science has made significant inroads into combating some major diseases. However, it has all been without the animals’ consent, and it has not been without significant cost to human lives as well as millions of animals’ lives. In this report I will discuss scientific and ethical reasons against the use of animals in scientific experiments and will show that in the face of overwhelming evidence, such practices should be discontinued. There are two main categories of...
An analysis of Animal Experimentation articles
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...Animal Experimentation articles Identify if the topic you chose—as presented by both articles—is a problem or an issue,and explain what makes it a problem or an issue. If you believe the articles present both problems and issues, identify and explain what the problems are and what the issues are. The content of the two articles, focusing on two different sides of the animal experimentation debate, clearly highlight that the topic is a societal and moral issue instead of a problem. It is perhaps important to state however that due to the passionate support that this subject creates, wither side of the debate possibly see the opposition’s view as a problem. The presented... ?Appendix B An analysis of...
Rhetorical Analysis: Animal Experimentation Science or a sorry Excuse for Medicine
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...Animal Experimentation Science or a sorry Excuse for Medicine Thesis topic: Are there alternatives that can replace animal testing as a source of data in regard to scientific and medical studies and advancements? Are these methods as competent as animal testing or even better/ Are people justified to be against animal testing? “Animal Experimentation: Science or a sorry Excuse for Medicine” is an article written by Megan Dunford for the Northern Virginia Daily on 17th January 2012. In this article she is set on exploring the position of animal activists ranging from professionals like doctors, scientists and elite members of the public on animal-based experimentation... . From the arguments...
Rhetorical Analysis: Animal Experimentation Science or a sorry Excuse for Medicine? By Megan Dunford
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...Animal Experimentation Science or a sorry Excuse for Medicine Thesis topic: Are there alternatives that can replace animal testing as a source of data in regard to scientific and medical studies and advancements? Are these methods as competent as animal testing or even better/ Are people justified to be against animal testing? “Animal Experimentation: Science or a sorry Excuse for Medicine” is an article written by Megan Dunford for the Northern Virginia Daily on 17th January 2012. In this article she is set on exploring the position of animal activists ranging from professionals like doctors, scientists and elite members of the public on animal-based experimentation... . From the arguments...
Scientific Experimentation & Animal Welfare
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...animal behavior argue that investigations of the animal in its natural environment are a must, or at best a required supplement to, controlled laboratory research of animal behavior (Nienaber 32). Unfortunately, primatology has, in several regards, endured a history of division between laboratory or experimental researchers and field researchers. This, partly, is because of the disagreement over the observation of behaviors... Scientific Experimentation of Nonhuman Primates Introduction Scientific research on nonhuman primates did not draw much of the attention of scientists engaged in human behavior research, and anthropologists exhibited little to no interest in the research of nonhuman primates in...
Should animal be used for experimentation?
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...Animals Should be Used for Experimentation Number and Number Number of Words:502 Introduction Animals such as rats, mice, birds and frogs are often used as a subject when medical experts and scientists conduct experiments. After using these animals in experimentation, these animals are euthanized through intravenous injection with either a high dosage of sodium thiopental1, isoflurane2, or pentobarbital3. To shorten the painful death of animals used in experimentation, these two types of drugs could make the animals fall unconscious...
Should animal be used for experimentation?
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...Animals Should be Used for Experimentation Number and Number Number of Words: 502 Introduction Animals such as rats, mice, birds and frogs are often used as a subject when medical experts and scientists conduct experiments. After using these animals in experimentation, these animals are euthanized through intravenous injection with either a high dosage of sodium thiopental1, isoflurane2, or pentobarbital3. To shorten the painful death of animals used in experimentation, these two types of drugs could make the animals fall unconscious...
Animal testing debate
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...Animal testing debate May I take this moment to take you through the pros and cons of animal testing. I am known for my passion towards animals as living beings, rather than test subjects. Therefore, I am strongly against animal testing in medical research as I deem it to be unethical. Animal experiments are widely used to develop medicine and chemicals used to treat human illness and improve human health. It has been practiced since the primeval epoch when the Greeks killed and dissected animals for religious and scientific purposes (Monamy 2009: 8). The methods used for...
Animal Rights
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...animal-test can enormously contribute to the development of medical knowledge. In cases, it can save thousands of men and animals’ lives. Furthermore, a nepotistic prioritization seems to provide the basis for animal-test. A pro-animal-testing debater argues that if the sacrifice of one animal’s life on a scientist’s table can save many men’s lives, then humankind should not keep away from enjoying the opportunity to use animals for man’s sake. Animal’s Sentience, Ability to Feel Pain and Ethical Basis of Arguments for Animal-testing Debates on animal experimentation often focus on the capability of animals to be sentient and to feel pain as proofs... Should Animal Testing be banned? An Ethical...
Animal Rights
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...animal-test can enormously contribute to the development of medical knowledge. In cases, it can save thousands of men and animals’ lives. Furthermore, a nepotistic prioritization seems to provide the basis for animal-test. A pro-animal-testing debater argues that if the sacrifice of one animal’s life on a scientist’s table can save many men’s lives, then humankind should not keep away from enjoying the opportunity to use animals for man’s sake. Animal’s Sentience, Ability to Feel Pain and Ethical Basis of Arguments for Animal-testing Debates on animal experimentation often focus on the capability of animals to be sentient and to feel pain as proofs... Should Animal Testing be banned? An Ethical...
There is no need for animal research anymore
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...animal experimentation in today’s world of advanced scientific simulation and other techniques? Facing the Facts According to studies, the annual number of animals used in laboratory tests, reaches an estimated 100 million. These tests are performed on a wide range of animals that include rats, mice, rabbits, apes, monkeys but also domestic cats and dogs (Carl, n.d). An estimated... Animal Testing Introduction There was a time when products were tested on beings held in unfit conditions in captivity against their will. These tests were done in the way of science and would benefit medical research and, in turn, mankind. These were the tests conducted on Jews in Nazi concentration camps during World War...
Summary
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...animal experimentation –a personal view, Stanley N Gershoff argues that disputes regarding the use of animals in biomedical research have led to ridiculous stances by either side. Thus, more and more advocates opposed to animal experimentation have opted for violence or other unlawful actions in support of their views. Nevertheless, the importance of animal research as a source of better health for human beings cannot be disputed, especially when it comes to animal research in nutrition as a discipline. The other article is written by Tom L. Beauchamp and entitled; Opposing Views on Animal Experimentation: Do animals Have Rights? Beauchamp argues that animals have moral standing implying... Summary In...
Animal Behaviour
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...experimentation on animals should be avoided at all costs. Lots of commissions, laws and animal rights activists have emerged over the course of time, and they have educated human’s psychology as well as provided safe havens to the naive animals. Nevertheless, animal testing is still being done widely, since it is beneficial and in so many ways the gain the human gets out of these experiments in fighting and eradicating the diseases from the face of the earth is beyond explanation. It is this very trait that has enabled human to invent new surgical methods and in finding cures for many... Animal Behaviour ‘Ethical consideration for the laboratory based studies on animals’ Medical Researchers need to...
Animal testing
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...experimentation. Although animal experimentation has its own benefits in the medical sector, it is a great source of animal suffering, which should also be a concern for any civilized nation. The complexity of this situation can only be resolved if various dimensions of this issue are carefully evaluated. Animal experimentation is a scientific procedure that has grown slowly but consistently since the evolution of scientific research. The underlying fact is that physiologists in the 17th century saw animal research as a new platform to advance the biological and medical...
Human experimentation
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...experimentation (Kalechofsky, n.d.). The work of Ivy (1948), later known as the Nuremurg Code, explicitly stipuated guidelines in terms of observing quality of experiments, as well as the people conducting the experiments; and needed safeguards: “Quality of experiments and experimenters: (2) must be "for the good of society" and results "unproduceable by other means;" (3) must be based on results of animal experimentation; (8) should be conducted by "scientifically qualified persons." Safeguards: (5) No experiment should risk... Human Experimentation al Affiliation Human Experimentation In one’s research on the history of human experimentation, it was revealed that humans had been used for experiments...
Argumentative Essay on Animal Testing
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...animals will return a full circle back to haunt us and no matter how big discovery we make by inflicting pain on the animals, it will only be futile. The issue of animals being used for research has dominated the thoughts of many people, some feel animals can be used for experimentation while others strongly condemn this, this paper will throw light upon whether animal experimentation is good or bad, every aspect of this saga will be discussed in this paper and a conclusion at the end will be arrived at which will sum up the discussion. All human beings are capable of logical thinking and deciding... Animal Testing s 18 November 2009 An Introduction Inflicting pain upon others has become source of...
Animal Testing Essay
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...animals used are mice and small rodents bred specifically for research, the small number of dogs, cats and primates have contributed to, "virtually every major advance in medical knowledge and treatment. Two-thirds of Nobel Prizes in Medicine awarded since 1901 were won for discoveries that required the use of animals" (Corthan). These statistics make clear that no alternative forms of testing, such as computer modeling or human experimentation, could have yielded the results or give the promise of future breakthroughs that animal testing has given us. Human testing would have been impractical both from the standpoint of ethics as well as economics... Animal Testing: Pros and Cons Long before a product,...
For or against animal testing
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...Animal Testing There is a raging debate on the use of animals for scientific research and testing. Although the practice has been going on since the time of Aristotle in 4th Century, BC (Buzzle.com), it continues to elicit varied reactions from different people. The core question remains, is the use of animals for testing justified? It cannot be denied that science has attained progress through the use of animal testing. Several life-saving drugs and treatments have been developed through this practice. The European Forum of Good Clinical Practice had organized a workshop and gave conclusions on ethical recommendations on animal experimentation and clinical studies, whereas, much... An Argument For...
A Scientist: "I Am the Enemy"
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...Experimental Immunology Branch of the National Cancer Institute in Washington D.C. This essay seeks to discuss the authors take on animal experimentation vis a vis medical research (Kline, 1999). In this essay, the writer seeks... A Scientist: "I Am the Enemy" A Scientist: "I Am the Enemy" A Scientist: “I am the Enemy” is an article written by Ron Kline, who was born in 1961 in Los Angeles, California. He has held various positions including assistant professor at the University of Louisville and director of the pediatric bone marrow transplant program. He developed a passion for immunotherapy of cancer and went ahead to publish articles on this topic. He has been the biotechnology fellow in the...
Animal Testing and Rgihts
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...Animals are also used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries to test drugs and cosmetics before market release. According to AWA reports, the U.S government estimated that the number of laboratory animals used in 2010 alone was about 1,136,567. “Precise figures for the number of rats, mice, birds and fish do not exist, but it is estimated that approximately 25 million of these animals are used every year” (animal Reports Animal Usage by Fiscal year, 1-2). Vivisection is not just using of animals for scientific purposes alone; it also involves the inhumane treatment meted out to them. They are kept in cages in dark laboratories, fed poorly and stored for experimentation alone. The lab... Animal...
Animal testing the pros and cons w/ the effects of both side.
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...animals used are mice and small rodents bred specifically for research, the small number of dogs, cats and primates have contributed to, "virtually every major advance in medical knowledge and treatment. Two-thirds of Nobel Prizes in Medicine awarded since 1901 were won for discoveries that required the use of animals" (Corthan). These statistics make clear that no alternative forms of testing, such as computer modeling or human experimentation, could have yielded the results or give the promise of future breakthroughs that animal testing has given us. Human testing would have been impractical both from the standpoint of ethics as well as economics... Animal Testing: Pros and Cons Long before a product,...
ANIMAL SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS
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...animal experimentation for the purpose of creating viruses or biological weapons such as anthrax. Therefore, it is necessary for the world to regulate the manner in which scientists carry out their experiments on animals. This is because the danger can reach the lives of humans and affect them in ways that are difficult to control. Biological terrorism... ? ANIMAL SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS By Animal Scientific Experiments Many scholars are against the use of animals in science experiments because of different reasons. Some of the reasons are based on issues of morality and ethics. Other opinions show that the consequences of using animals to carry out science experiments will turn to affect human beings...
Substitute for Animal Testing
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...animal experimentation. Other breakthrough discoveries such as organ transplants, open heart surgery technique, in-vitro fertilization, effective insulin, cancer cure, HIV drugs, reproductive medicines, hormone replacement therapy, vaccines ('animal-testing-pros', n.d) for Herpes Simplex, Hepatitis B, Polio, rabies, malaria, mumps and virus related to organ transplantation rejection, came to fruition after rigorous animal research. Animal testing has assisted in refining the technique of anesthesia and measuring blood pressure and pacemaker technology ('animal-testing-pros', n.d). There is enough evidence in support of successful animal testing but opponents of animal... Is there a substitute for Animal ...
Animal Rights Style and Subsrance An Assesment
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...Animal Rights: Style and Substance - An Assessment The articles chosen for examination are as follows: "Why Worry About the Animals", Jean Bethke Elshtain (1995), "The Moral Case for Experimentation on Animals", H. J. McCloskey (1987), and "Ethics and Animals", Steven Zak (1992). After extracting the moral and ethical position the writer has adopted, an opinion will be offered as to which piece has had the most impact, along with how and why this result was achieved. The contention is that each article contains elements that elicit both emotional and intellectual responses and that their...
Pros and Cons of Animal Testing
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...animal testing have been using the argument that experimentation on animals have led to remarkable advancements like kidney transplants, mental illness, ulcer and asthma drugs, bypass operations, polio vaccines etc. Even the effects of penicillin were first observed on mice in 1940. Following these tests, the drug was then used on soldiers in 1941. Similarly, blood transfusion was conducted on dogs in 1914. Since then this technique has been used for human beings and has helped save the lives of many (RDS, 3). In spite of what the supporters of animal testing say, it has been testified... ? Pros and Cons of Animal testing – Is it worth it? Number] Drug trials are necessary before the medicine to be...
Animal testing
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...Animal testing Also known as animal experimentation or animal research, animal testing refers to the use of non-human animals in scientific studies. The natures of the scientific studies vary from students at a university observing the behavior of mice to the complex medical testing where medical researchers use primates and mice to test new drugs. Advancement in such vital sectors of the modern society as health arises from the success of animal testing. Before introducing any drug in the market for human use, medical researchers try such drugs on various...
Animal Research in Medicine
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...animals for experimentation of new discoveries without direct test on man. However, the use of animals in conducting medical research and experimentation of particular medicines has attracted great controversies from among various stakeholders of the society. Translational research refers to the modeling of human disease by conducting an elaborate animal research. Animal research in its own settings involves the application of technology in the field of medicine to formulate various treatment mechanisms for .hard diseases like... Animal Research in Medicine The world is at the situation where everything changes and assumes the technological way ofsurvival. All activities and events depend upon the...
Animal Research
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...animals experiments. Continuous use of animals has reduced their numbers and some are even becoming extinct. Recent research has also indicated that animal’s body does not resemble the human body and should be continuously utilized in the experiments. Studies have indicated that animal experimenters have wasted human and animal lives with an intention of providing solutions to diseases and illnesses done through research. Animals have contracted diseases in the process and succumbed in the process. Fortunately, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Research methodologies that are not based on animals have emerged and are replacing the animal. The approach... Animal research and the rights of animals ...
Should animal be used for scientific experiment
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...animal be used for scientific experiment Should animal be used for scientific experiment During the last twenty years modernproduction of goods and services has widened so drastically that today people are able to have a huge variety of choices. Frequently picking up some kind of product we do not even ponder over the fact, which reveals methods of testing that many companies use. It is not a secret that before being launched a lot of goods that we prefer to purchase are tried out on animals. Currently there are a big number of articles, books and videos that are available in the Internet, telling publicity about animal experimentations. Nevertheless, to describe tortures of animals... from...
Animal testing on cosmetics
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...animals first and therefore it should stay. Animal testing is the experimentation of products on animals first before they are verified to be suitable for humans. This method has many opposers due to the fact that animals do face injuries and some experiments from the start are intended to cause them harm. There is also a lot of criticism over... Lecturer: The Ugly Truth: An analysis of animal testing for the cosmetic industry The use of animals in experiments for researchhas been documented since the beginning of scientific research. The use of animals for tests has often been a bone of contention between the scientists and animal rights activists more so in the cosmetic field as the activists feel...
Animal Cruelty
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...experimentally; they are separated from their natural ecosystems, denied their inherent rights such as that to mate and chose mates as well as to choose what to eat and not. Many of the animals used in experiments end up losing their lives in the process. It raises an important issue i.e. if it is not right cause suffering for animals then animal experimentation results in moral problems that are serious (Illman, 2008). It is a very important global issue especially considering the rise in terminal illnesses requiring new types of medication. Scientists and medics the world over are busy in search for medicines that can cure conditions such HIV AIDS, cancer, hepatitis B and many other... Animal...
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal Cruelty The purpose of this speech is to inform the audience about a very serious issue, namely, Animal Cruelty that still prevails in our sophisticated society. There exist multiple reasons for animal abuse or cruelty. Some of these include animal experimentation, factory farming, fur trading, hunting and use of animals for entertainment (Rockett). Some cruelty acts are termed as active cruelty in which a person deliberately hurts an animal. This is the most intense degree of animal cruelty which needs to be taken seriously at the governmental level. Other acts are passive acts in which animals are left ignored due to the very absence of proper care which may harm... Your full full January 27,...
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal entertainment is one of the many forms of animal cruelty that often goes unnoticed. Animals are used in zoos, circus, bull riding and bull fights. Most of these animals are taken from their homes and forced to live in much small replicas of their natural habitats. These animals do not like being confined, which often results in aggressive behaviors, they are usually accused of. Many animals are killed, because they are considered dangerous for people. Nobody thinks about the real causes of this aggression. Animal experimentation is also a form of animal cruelty. In 1938, the food, drug and cosmetics act was passed requiring animal... Animal cruelty Introduction What is animal cruelty? Every...
Animal Testing
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...animal lives. For example, in the USA alone, over 2 million animals are subjected to medical testing and other form of laboratory experimentation every year (PETA.org, n.p.). The problem is that 94% of drug tests that would have proven successful in animals end up failing when they are subjected to humans (Magee, 2).The fact that animals have remained the basis of obtaining useful cures and medication procedures throughout the human history should not be construed to mean... Animal testing should be prohibited Introduction The major difference between humans and animals is the level of intelligence, which in turn creates the self-awareness abilities in humans, which are missing in animals. However, the...
Reflection
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...animal experimentation denote the need to integrate African perspectives into the already existent utilitarianism and Kantianism approaches to bioethics. In essence, differences in moral values both in the West and in sub-Saharan Africa ought to be accounted for as far as bioethical practices are concerned. In conclusion, Thaddeus Metz’s exploration of an African moral theory of bioethics is commendable. Amid regional and international diversity, the ultimate biomedical goal is to promote appropriate and relevant moral... Reflection Medical sciences play an important role in the global society. Approaches to bioethics, however, differ from one region to another. This observation is evident in Thaddeus...
Animals as Friends, not Scientific Experiments
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...Animals are Friends, not Scientific Experiments Introduction Sooner or later, animal use in scientific research will end. Animal experimentation is inhumane, hence it should be stopped. It may come to an end due to changing ethical and political perspective. It may cease as technologies become out of date. Most probably the two will strengthen each other. Political and moral advocates will keep on encouraging the pursuit for alternative technologies. Developments in science and technology will make the ethical arguments against animal experimentation stronger. As argued by philosopher...
Should the animals be used for scientific research? Is it humanly?
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...Animals be used for Scientific Research? Is it Humanly What is your claim? In animal testing has remained an important and controversial issue in political and ethical circles with the subject of concern revolving around the relative value of animals and humans. Animal experimentation or animal research has been practiced since 300s BC. Also known as animal experimentation, the practice involves the use of non-human animals to carry out experiments. In many cases, organisms such as fruit flies, zebra fish, nematode worms, guinea pigs and...
Animal rights
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...experimental mind sets have their warfare aspects directly affects matters of their personal character. This sort of interest tends to override the common sense that supports the real aspect of rights. The science of judgment and ethical evaluations are blinded by the struggle to make an outcome from their internal element of success. In the experiment, world’s scientists have a role to fulfill and at instances save a life. In these cases, the animals are portended as part of the laboratory materials and thus face the harsh environment. The primary focus during a crisis is saving human life... Saeed Almarar Dr. Gillete ENG 108 MW 9:AM 4/20 Animal Rights Introduction The world holds a strong position with ...
1.If a being suffers, there can be no moral justification for refusing to take that suffering into consideration (Singer, Speciesism and the Equality of Ani-mals). Is it ethical to experiment on/with animal subjects?
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...Animal Testing Animal Testing Over the years, there has been an increased concern over the validity of using animals for biological and medical research. Large amounts of money have been invested in animal research processes and experimentation in laboratories. Apart from the moral concerns, there are scientific disquiets that have proven that experimentation on animals is not entirely a successful process. There is considerably minimal benefit that humans accrue from the experimentation of animals, mostly owing to the difference in...
Can the animal testing done to find cures for diseases be done humanely or is it by nature inhumane
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...animal testing. However, research institutions much more tightly regulate live animal testing today in order to protect the interests of animals when they are being tested, and there is no reason to believe that animal testing cannot be conducted in a humane fashion. Animal testing endures a great number of regulations in order to protect the interests of animals. At Stanford University, scientists adhere to the Animal Welfare Act and must submit proposals for how they will use their animals in experimentation. This requires a researcher to think beforehand about the best way to use his animal... Humane animal testing has been a scientific concern for as long as scientific research has promised cures to...
Human cloning and animal cloning
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...animal cloning. Cambridge: Independence, 2004. Print. Haugen, David M.. Animal experimentation. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2007. Print. Langwith, Jacqueline. Cloning. Detroit: Greenhaven Press/Gale Cengage Learning, 2012. Print.... Due Effects of Human and Animal Cloning Introduction Cloning is the practice of creating genetically indistinguishablecopies of biological matter. It may comprise of genes, cells, tissues or the whole organisms (Donnellan, 2004. p6). According to section 302.1 of the human Cloning Prohibition Act, human cloning is defined as “asexual reproduction, that is carried out by introducing the nuclear material of a human somatic cell into a fertilized...
Should society recognize animal rights, even to the extent of disallowing the use of animals in scientific and medical experiments?
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...animals in medical research. References: * Haack, Susan M, 2007. “Why animal experimentation matters: the use of animals in medical research.” Ethics and Medicine, 23(2): 124 * Weatherall, David, 2007. “Animal Research: The debate continues” The Lancet, 369 (9568) : 1147-9... Animals used in scientific experiments The article written by David Weatherall, d “Animal research: The Debate continues” deals with the use ofmonkeys in medical research. These animals are being used to develop vaccines for AIDS, malaria and other disorders. The article discusses a report sponsored by the UK Royal Society Medical research Council, which...
Rights of Animals
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...animals. Despite what may sound like a parody or attack of other liberation movement Singer is serious in his quest for the extension of rights to all animals. He of course is not talking about the rights that shouldn't be discussed, and immediately dismisses those. But the rights that do matter, those are the one that he feels should not just be given to us, but all animals. If presented with the topic of animal experimentation, even if it was harmless, I believe that Singer would bounce the question back at the asker and ask if they would feel comfortable running the test on a human... In his paper Singer makes several very important points about extending the rights of humans to all other animals. ...
Animal rights. What rights should animals have?
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...animal experimentation. These acts violate animal rights especially when the animal has to be killed to extract the test materials. Most people in developed countries and a few in the developing countries keep animals as pets. Examples are the cats and the dogs. These animals are brutally killed by their owners... ? What Rights Should Animals Have? Insert Insert Grade Insert Animal rights as d by Buzzle are also called animal liberation. It is a concept to ensure that animal rights are protected as equally as those of human beings. These rights are there to ensure that human beings do not harm, exploit, abuse or kill...
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