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Pros and Cons of Animal Testing
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This paper "Pros and Cons of Animal Testing" investigates the advantages and disadvantages of medical tests conducted on animals. According to the text, different pharmaceutical manufacturers have been using animals like mice, pigs, cats, and others to test newly created medicines.… As a result of experimenting on monkeys, researchers concluded that the polio…
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Animal testing the pros and cons w/ the effects of both side
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Cancer fighting drugs are routinely tested on mice to see if the agent has any potential to eradicate cancer in the human body. Lab rats have for… While animals have been a large part of product research and have been instrumental in revealing dangers or indicating safety, opponents contend that the research on animals is unnecessary and unjustified. Critics…
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Animal Testing Essay
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Long before a product, cosmetic, vaccine, or medicine is available for human use it has in many cases been tested on animals. Cancer fighting drugs are routinely tested on mice to see if the agent has any potential to eradicate cancer in the human body. Lab rats have for centuries been used as the test subject of choice in the early phases of a wide range of medical treatments and experiments.…
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Cons of Cosmetic Animal Testing
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Cosmetic animal testing refers to the use of superficial measures on animals, other than human beings, in research and development projects in order to establish the safety levels of substances such as drugs and foods (Cosmetic: animal testing, n.d.). Recent statistics from… nt victory for both animal rights activists and the very animals, the European Union…
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Animal testing : against
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Thesis: For many years now the world of science and the general public have been torn between the pros and the cons in relation to testing animals for research purposes. Both arguments for and against it are not fully acceptable to all and no clear line has been drawn yet as to… Some of these methods include use of humans themselves where there is lawful…
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Animal testing
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Name Professor English Date Preface Animal research refers to the use of non-human species in medical research to estimate or evaluate the chemical toxicity or physiological effects of a drug before it is disseminated for human use. This is a medical research tradition that is rooted in the past and its fruits have been enjoyed and will continue to be enjoyed in the coming generations.…
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Animal testing debate
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In the paper “Animal testing debate” the author analyzes the pros and cons of animal testing. He is strongly against animal testing in medical research. Animal experiments are widely used to develop medicine and chemicals used to treat human illness and improve human health. … In addition, an example, according to a former head of U.S.…
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The History of the Animal Testing Controversy
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This is supported by Greek writings that indicate Erasistratus and Aristotle to be first to conduct tests on animals. However, Galen is called the father of vivisection because he was the first to perform tests on… animal testing stated that scientists are mislead by the statements that the body of animals is different and that the suffering of pain has a…
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Animal Testing and Rgihts
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Date: Animal Testing and Rights Today we have progressed a lot in the field of biological sciences and the progress is not attributed to the researchers alone but also to the millions of animal lives lost or “sacrificed” in these scientific endeavors.… In fact, vivisection of small animals like frogs, rabbits and mice is not confined to sophisticated…
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Animal Testing Book Report/Review
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The tension between the pros and cons of using animals for experimentation has widely grown in the past decades. Medical scientists and the likes with support from government around the world stand to continue the practice being the most economical and the best chances of improving the health services.… They even condemned the approach as barbaric and equated…
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Pros and Cons of High Stakes Testing in California
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Name Professor Instruction Course Date Pros and cons of high stakes testing High stakes testing has been a common norm within the schools since the enactment of the NCLB Act of 2001. It commands that students ought to pass standardized examinations in order to graduate from high school.… It is a tool of progress but not for judgment of the capability or…
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Mandatory Drug Testing in the Work Place: Pros and Cons
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Mandatory Drug Testing in the Work Place Name College Mandatory Drug Testing in the Work Place Due to recent advancements in the field of medicine, it is now possible to test for drug use in the workplace. This testing shows recent drug use by a person. However, there is a debate about the presence of drug testing.… The main issues arising from drug testing…
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Animal rights
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Unknown diseases caused by unknown bacterial infections are emerging at an alarming rate. Also, the existing disease-causing organisms are changing and… Using animals for this purpose has its advantages and limitations. The intensive research carried out in any medical lab is with an intention of making human life better in terms of good health. There are…
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Animal Experimentation
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Abdulaziz Alzahrani (Aziz) EAP 150 Dr. Sara Schwab December 3rd, 2013 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.… As a result, The use of animals in scientific…
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Animal tesing in medical research
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Animal Testing in Medical Research Animal testing is a vital issue for medical researchers. It hastens the discovery of drugs and treatment and in many cases is the only possible way for such discovery that is necessary to cure diseases such as cancer and diabetes.… However, the cons of animal testing include killing of countless animals for experimentation,…
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Animal Experimentation
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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.… Others say that animal testing has been…
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For a long time,(since the existence of science and research) animals have been medicines,drugs,cosmetics’ among other discoverers and inventors tools of testing their endeavors’ success as well as efficacy.The topic of the use of animals for scientific research/animal testing elicits mixed opinions in different individuals.… Some of the animals that are used…
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Animal testing
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Most of the animals used are usually the vertebrates although a number of invertebrates can be traced in different unregulated tests. These tests are similar… According to Matthew Scully in his work ‘Dominion’, it is clearly shown that people should employ the principles of mercy on all living things. This principle gives guidelines on why and how humans…
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Animal Testing
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The writer of the essay "Animal Testing" suggests that using animals in testing has more benefits than using human beings. While testing a medicine that affects a whole lifespan of a human being, it’s easier to get quick results when using animals rather than human beings.… Animal testing has also contributed to understanding how to treat malaria,…
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Animal Testing
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This paper talks that 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 abilities to feel pain are the same for both humans and animals. … This paper stresses that the law has provided different safeguards that prohibit the…
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Animal testing
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The natures of the scientific studies vary from students at a university observing the behavior of mice to the complex medical testing where… The same applies to cosmetics since researchers investigate for the suitability of such products in animals. Animal testing therefore is a vital practice in education, defense and breading researchers with most…
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Testing Drugs On Animals
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Testing drugs on animal is not a new thing. For many centuries scientists and testers in research have used animals of all kinds. … The American Medical Association has stated that it believes that research involving animals is essential to maintaining and improving the health of human beings. They point out that all advances in medical science in the 20th…
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Can animal experimentation be justified
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Can 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?… It can be used as well to promote interests and welfare of animals such as breakthroughs in…
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Pros and cons
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The key issue related to this case is the following: which would be the best choice among the two options available, if taking into consideration the current status and the needs of the business? The criteria used for the evaluation would be: a) the local competition; b) the… The pros of the chosen plan would be important: a) there are no competitors nearby;…
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Impact: Pros and Cons
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However, statistics of its utilization in China reveal that “eighty percent of Internet uses in China use the Internet for e-mail only; language barriers between Chinese users and… Improvements in Chinese language Internet service can be seen in the on-line search engines developed by IBM China (for example the MA and PhD thesis database at Tsinghua University…
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