Essay On Pros And Cons Of Animal Testing

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Most of the animal testings fail and this shows there is no need for it. “Statistics show that 92% of the medical products tested on animals will fail human health tests, making animal testing seem very unreliable. Though 93% of tests either have no pain involved or pain that is relieved by anesthetics, 7% of experiments are classified as causing significant pain that was not relieved. since mice and rats were not included in that statistic the number of cases with unrelieved pain might be much higher.” (Cons of Animal Testing) Animal testing causes animals to suffer from extreme frustration and ache with loneliness. Many different species are used around the world, but the most common include mice, fish, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, farm animals, birds, cats, dogs, mini-pigs, and primates (that aren’t human), like monkeys or chimps and most of those animals don’t even come out alive after they get tested on.
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Each of us can help prevent animal suffering and deaths by buying cruelty-free products, donating only to charities that don’t experiment on animals, requesting alternatives to animal dissection, demanding the immediate implementation of humane, effective non-animal tests by government agencies and corporations, and calling on our alma maters to stop experimenting on animals.PETA campaigns globally to expose and end the use of animals in experiments. Some of our efforts include the following: Groundbreaking undercover work and colorful advocacy campaigns to educate the public, Pushing government agencies to stop funding and conducting experiments on animals, Encouraging pharmaceutical, chemical, and consumer product companies to replace tests on animals with more effective non-animal methods, Helping students and teachers end dissection in the classroom, Funding humane non-animal research, Publishing scientific papers on the superiority of non-animal test methods, Urging health charities not to invest in dead-end tests on
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