Animals are often used in scientific research to test the safety and efficacy of drugs and other medical treatments. This practice known as animal testing has been controversial for many years. While some argue that it is necessary to protect human health others believe that it is cruel and unethical.
Those who support animal testing argue that it is the only way to ensure that new drugs and treatments are safe for humans. They point out that animals are biologically similar to humans and that testing on animals can provide valuable information about how drugs will affect humans. In addition they argue that the use of animals in research is heavily regulated and monitored to ensure that the animals are treated humanely.
However opponents of animal testing argue that it is cruel and unethical to use animals for scientific research. They point out that animals are often subjected to painful and traumatic procedures and that they are unable to give their consent for such testing. Furthermore they argue that animal testing is often unreliable as animals do not always react in the same way as humans to drugs and treatments.
In my opinion animal testing is a necessary evil. While I believe that it is important to protect animal welfare I also recognize the value of animal testing in ensuring the safety of drugs and treatments for humans. However I believe that we must continue to work towards alternatives to animal testing such as computer simulations and cell cultures which can provide valuable information without the need for animal testing.
The leaders of the animal rights movement are targeting biomedical research because it relies on public funding and few people understand the process of health care research. Many people are puzzled by the accusations that animals are abused in research settings. For example, an old woman working for animal rights, booth, distributed a pamphlet at a recent street fair, encouraging readers not to use anything from animals or animal experiments.
There is no meat, no fur, no drugs if she is an old woman working for animal rights Against immunization, she wanted to know whether the vaccine came from animal research.
First, animals and human beings have equal lives. Human beings have no right to deprive an animal of what to eat except for the second life. People do experiments (with more fur) just like slaughtering a batch of animals.
He was once an experimental student in medical college. The word "mouse light" refers to more than ten million lives of any student (excluding other experimental animals). Therefore, experimental animals all over the world The second sacrifice is the closed group animals that are deliberately cultivated by human beings.
Even if the simple animal blood relationship intermarriage is simple, more animal varieties produce human congenital defects, such as the lack of T cells in mice, while the spontaneous hypertensive rats, spontaneous epilepsy animals, etc., are also inhumane. It can be said that it is a kind of behavior that violates the natural law, and is more important, from small experimental animals to limited animals In a small space, it is the most basic way for animals to survive, and the choice of power makes them hate doing experiments. Many experiments are deliberately copying the diseases of animal models.
In other words, human groups, treats or does not treat the sick animals, and finally implements them.