Animal Testing Medicine

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- Hajar, Rachel. "Animal Testing and Medicine." Heart Views: The Official Journal of the Gulf Heart Association 12.1 (2011): 42. Web. 17 Sept. 2015.

This Scholarly article focuses on the history of animal testing and how it all started. Aristotle and Erasistratus used to perform the crucial activities that still remain today and that is the torture of animals in order to experiment on them; to reach targeted phenomena and whether to abide to it’s results or falsify it. This article tackles the reasons for the importance of undergoing animal testing such as understanding anatomy. One of the most important things mentioned in this article is the method of animal testing that was invented by an Arab Physician.

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Ethics of animal testing is also represented in this article and the methods by which animals face during testing is horrific. They undergo major suffering as they are sometimes exposed to blunt trauma, or they face electrocution.

-Kolar, Roman. "Animal Experimentation." Science and Engineering Ethics12.1 (2006): 111-22. Web. 17 Sept. 2015.

There are many things that must be taken into consideration when making a decision towards animal testing. This article shows how the advantages and disadvantages of animal testing is vital for creating a legislation. Due to the never lasting debate on whether or not animal testing should be used, some solutions were set to benefit both opposing sides and limits were presented.

 Roberts, Beth. "Animals in Industry." The Reference Librarian 41.86 (2004): 71-79. Web. 17 Sept. 2015.

Animals are considered very important to businesses associated with the food or clothes. The way animals are treated in these types of industries creates many problems as many people are against the usage of animals on a daily basis for such purposes. Another major topic mentioned in this article is Genetic engineering and shows the effects it has on animals and
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