Introduction To Animal Experimentation

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Animal Experimentation According to Geoff Watts in “Alternatives to Animal Experimentation” from British Medical Journal, the author states that there are replacement techniques and society should eliminate the usage of animals. Animal experimentation is not needed science has advanced so much that there are other ways to find cures than testing on animals. When using animal experimentation the results you gain from the animals is not always right, those are not results that you gain on humans. As it states in the article ¨Alternatives to Animal Experimentation,¨ ¨Although microdosing promises to establish itself as the gold standard, Professor Rowland offers a reminder that while preliminary results look promising, they are not yet definitive.¨(Watts…show more content…
The human body is made with complex cells and molecules that have different roles in the human body. The animal body and human body are consisted with different cells and molecules. Animal and humans have different metabolic, genetic, and molecular levels. Keeping that in mind with all those different levels the companies can’t always get definite and accurate results. Works Cited Greek, Ray. “The Animal Question.” South Asia, vol. 10, no. 11, 30 Nov. 2009, pp. 1–3. TEL, doi:GALE|A241505805. Pycroft, Laurie, and Helen Marston. “Is Animal Testing Necessary to Advance Medical Research? The Suffering of Animals Used in Medical Research Is Not Contested, Although the Scale of It Often Is. However, Views Diverge Sharply on Whether Animal Experimentation Is Part of Good Science and Results in Medical Breakthroughs for Humans. Laurie Pycroft and Helen Marston Debate the Issues Involved.” New Internationalist, no. 444, 2011, pp. 34–40. TEL, doi:GALE|A264174858. Watts, Geoff. “Alternatives to Animal Experimentation.” Bmj, vol. 334, no. 7586, 2007, pp. 182–184. JSTOR [JSTOR],

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