Animal testing

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  • Animal Testing :Animal Testing Is Unethical?

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    Animal Testing Clorox, Johnson & Johnson, Covergirl, Colgate; all of these bands are well known and very popular. They also are four of the biggest name brands that still test their products on animals before selling them in stores. Organizations like People for Ethical Treatment of Animals or PETA have been exposing and discouraging the support of these companies. This helps discourage companies to not animal test, which they should not. Companies should not test products on animals because

  • Animal Testing On Animals

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    Should we be testing on animals? This topic is important because there is a lot of debate around it. Some people say it's cruel and inhumane, and that animals have rights too. On the other hand, there are people who say it has a positive outcome because we have discovered new ways to cure fatal diseases and improve our medicines. Currently, people still use animals for medical and cosmetics testing. About 26 million animals are used for testing each year. Animal testing has been going on since about

  • Animal Testing

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    Animal testing is a controversial topic in today’s society, much more than it was 100’s of years ago. Testing on animals was practiced long ago, and is still practiced today. Greek writings about vivisection [the dissection of a live organism] can be found dated as early as 500 BC. At that time, in Ancient Rome and Alexandria, and later in Greece, vivisection was originally practiced on human criminals, but prohibitions on the mutilation of the human body soon arose. This caused a reliance on animals

  • Animal Testing : The Impact Of Testing On Animals

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    hurting the animals but we just wanna save them from sickness and us too. First, If we test on the animals we can help them with diabetes and breast cancer. Next, we can make more medicines to help us with sickness. If we have a pet at home we can use that medicine to help them. Last, From testing animals we can help them and save more. Animals sometimes don’t know what they do sometimes so we want to help them. Finally, it’s not to harm the animals we just wanna see how we can help animals and people

  • Testing On Animals : The Dangers Of Animal Testing

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    number of animals that undergo constant suffering in the name of human vanity. Animal testing was originally introduced in the early 20th century and is still prominent today. It is morally unacceptable to experiment on animals for human purposes. The procedures used in animal testing are cruel and inhumane, nor are they the most reliable source of data; resulting in many mishaps. Moreover, with the perpetual advancements in technology, there are several alternative methods making animal testing unnecessary

  • Essay on Animal Testing

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    and Behavior Animal testing is not a problem in today’s society because it is beneficial to humans. It seems unethical to put animals through such pain and torture, but if we stopped it completely there would be a large amount of human lives lost. How could this be? The further advancements in medical and technological science is inevitable. Therefore, if the testing must be done to learn more about the brain and body, which species (animals or man) seems expendable for such testing. The real question

  • Human Testing : The Benefits Of Animal Testing

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    Animal testing has helped us for years discover cures for sickness in humans and sometimes even animals. But as long as they test the animals humanely, animals can be tortured with pain from the testing. However many efforts are being made to reduce the testing to a minimum. Scientists know that without the tests they wouldn’t know how to check the safety of new drugs. If there was no animal testing scientists would have probably resulted into something very unacceptable, human testing. And scientists

  • The Cruelty of Animal Testing

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    Animal testing is a completely unnecessary act of cruelty and should not be allowed for various reasons. It is superfluous for innocent animals to undergo chemical testing of any sort, not only do they suffer, but there are other more humane alternatives to test products. Many people who are in favor of animal testing do not know of these safer more humane alternatives. Many methods have been developed to help stop animal testing, and improve the health system of all human beings. A significant

  • Arguments For Animal Testing

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    Testing on animals has been a thing for so many years now. In fact, many scientists believe it should be done before human testing. But with it being around for so long, it has become a subject of controversy. People around the world share their views and opinions about whether it's really necessary, and some even question if the process is even ethical. While it is sad that animals have to come to terrible fates,the process of animal testing is absolutely essential to test the safety of products

  • The Negatives of Animal Testing

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    have been tested on animals; from lipstick and shampoo to dish soap and foot powder. Even the white ink on an M&M has been tested on animals. To some, this statement may be alarming and even disturbing – to others it may not mean much at all. Either way, the debate over animal testing has gained much popularity in recent decades. Animal testing has been done since at least 500 BC; even Aristotle experimented on animals for scientific reasoning. Around 200 AD, dissecting animals in public was actually