Analysis Of Dr. Ron Kline 'A Scientist: I Am The Enemy'

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In this argumentative essay written by Dr. Ron Kline a pediatrician who wrote his essay titled “A Scientist: I am the enemy”. The article gives an insight on how animal research has helped many people and shine a light on the benefits of animal research. Ron Kline is the director of bone marrow transplants at the University of Louisville. Furthermore, the essay explains his thoughts and his own reasons for his love of medical research. In addition, the essay include the opposing side of the argument which has a lot feedback from activist groups that think that animal research is horrible. First, in this article Dr. Kline presented many claims bases on animal testing. One of dr.kilne claim that he states was “If the more radical members of this movement are successful in limiting future research, their efforts will bring about a tragedy that will cost many lives”. Additionally, he also states that “In America today, death has become an event isolated from our daily existence--out of the sight and thoughts of most of us. As a doctor who has watched many…show more content…
In the article you can feel a sense of emotion just by him referring by to the title. .” I am the enemy! One of those vilified, inhumane physician- scientist involved in animal research. How strangle, for I have never thought of myself as an evil person. “According to Kline “he became a pediatrician because of his love for children and my desire to keep them healthy. Also states that he saw children, alive and healthy, thanks to advances in medical science, such infant respirators, potent antibiotics, new surgical techniques and the entire field of organ transplantation”. In addition, Dr. Kline felt very shocked and offended about people was calling him the” enemy’’ stating.” I am the enemy! One of those vilified, inhumane physician- scientist involved in animal research. How strangle, for I have never thought of myself as an evil

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