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    of food and water, and force-fed chemicals from time to time. This is the life of animals in a laboratory. Live-animal experimentation, also known as vivisection, is not only unethical, but also cruel and unnecessary. In the article “Vivisection is Right, but it is Nasty- and We must be Brave Enough to Admit This”, Michael Hanlon claims vivisection is a moral necessity that without the use of animals in the laboratory, humans would not have modern medicine like antibiotics, analgesic, and cancer

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    Vivisection Essay

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    are nothing more than an item of disposable laboratory equipment. This is the life of animals in laboratory. Live-animal experimentation, also known as vivisection, is not only unethical, but also cruel and unnecessary. In the article “Vivisection is Right, but It is Nasty- and We must be Brave Enough to Admit This”, Michael Hanlon claims vivisection is a moral necessity that without the use of animals in the laboratory, human would not have modern medicine like antibiotics, analgesic, and cancer drugs

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    of food and water, and force-fed chemicals from time to time. This is the life of animals in a laboratory. Live-animal experimentation, also known as vivisection, is not only unethical, but also cruel and unnecessary. In the article “Vivisection is Right, but it is Nasty- and We must be Brave Enough to Admit This”, Michael Hanlon claims vivisection is a moral necessity that without the use of animals in the laboratory, humans would not have modern medicine like antibiotics, analgesic, and cancer

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    experimentation (National Center for Biotechnology Information, 2013). Nevertheless, the argument above is weak as animal testing is unethical, immoral and the chances of these animal experiences pain and sufferings is very high. Base on a study done by The British Unio... ... middle of paper ... ...r drugs would affect with the respond and results of the experiment (PETA, n.d.). This causes animal to experience unbearable pain, suffering and often left to die in laboratory (Animal Laid, n.d.). The Hippocratic

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    I think that animal testing is a cruel and inhuman thing to do especially if you are hurting the animal on purpose. Even though animals don't have rights you should still not abuse them by burning them, pulling their eyes out, or just beating them. Did you know that over hundred million animals are abused in U.S. labs every year? Imagine if you were in the animals place how would you feel, would you try to do something about it? Animals are used to test on for things like medical studies, cosmetic

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    Should Animal Testing be Allowed? Introduction Every year, thousands of animals are tormented, and then die during the animal experiments. Another fact is from Vivisection Information Network, there is a rough estimate from the European Union that 10.5 million vertebrate animals were used in animal experiments, which is 28,800 per day or one every three seconds. Around 18.5 million animals were used in the USA per year (Updated). Also, there are still a large amount of animals that have not been

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    2013, Cruelty Free International finally won their 20 year long battle by making a complete ban on marketing of animal-tested cosmetics in all 28 nations in the European Union. Now, not only can no animal testing for cosmetics take place but cosmetics products that have been tested on animals cannot be sold in the European Union. In conclusion, I agree that animal experiments have brought a lot of good in the past. However we now have the technology and expertise to develop other methods of testing

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    Influences on Law Reform

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    will also obtain the views of pressure groups with a particular interest in the area of law under review. Events in the world may also lead to government to reform the law. The terrorist attacks in America on 11th September 2001 led to the British Government enacting new laws against terrorism in the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001. The Law commission is a fulltime advisory body, which was set up in 1965 by the Law Commissions Acts. It consists of a chairman, who is a High

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    Animal Testing Should Stop

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    ANIMAL TESTING INTRODUCTION Animals have been used in scientific experiments for a long time to be able to understand and define how human body works and to cure certain diseases. However, most of the people are in disagreement to use animals in scientific experiments. They suggest using humans as test subjects with the drug trials. The first reason why humans should be used for drugs trials is that animals are living creatures that have rights to reject although they cannot speak in the human language

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    Best, Steven; Bentham, Jeremy; Francione, Gary; Langley, Gill . "Wikipedia." . 23 July 2006. . 23 July 2006 . "U.S. Government Testing Programs." . . . 23 July 2006 . "World Animal Net: Cosmetics Testing - Background." . . British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection. .

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