ANIMAL TESTING The history of Animal Testing goes back to the writings of the Greeks. Since this time, the role of animals in the daily life of their human companions is uncertain. One thing is certain, though these actions are not always fair to animals, most people don’t take much consideration and thought of harming animals to benefit themselves. The issue of testing on animals has become a very heated debate in our society. Animal Testing should be considered inhumane due to the fact that
Animal Testing Animal Research has had a vital role in many scientific and medical advances of the past century and continues to aid the understanding of various diseases. Throughout the world people enjoy a better quality of life because of these advances and the subsequent development of new medicines and treatment which are all made possible by animal research. However the use of animal in scientific and medical research has been a subject of heated debate for many years in the UK. Opponents
important thing in common: the chemical testing performed by the companies that manufacture them contribute to the hundreds of millions of animals that suffer and die every year. Although many people believe these resulting deaths are frequently clean, painless and simple for the animal to go through, this is very seldom the truth. In the United Kingdom alone, over 2.5 million cats, dogs, mice, gerbils, hamsters, and other animals die due to chemical testing every year. This does not include the
Animal Testing Bites Animal testing has been around for quite some time it goes far back as the Greeks in the third and fourth centuries. There has never been any doubt that animals have been used for tests to advance the well being of mankind. The issue of animal testing has been a debate for many years. People on both sides of the animal rights debate have many valid points in their arguments for and against animal testing. Animal testing is the use of non-human or animals in research and development
Animal testing has been a huge moral debate for years. Whether or not it is acceptable to test medicine, makeup, and other products on animals has been a question that many consumers find themselves thinking about. Many people have the idea that these animals are poorly taken care of or experience pain on a dishonorable level. These people are simply confused. The information that animal testing has given the medical field has not only improved the life and life span of humans but animals as well
Animal testing – law vs. animal rights Abstract Sometimes in our lives we might be on a crossroad – at first there are our own interests but then also interests of some other beings. Not just our family, friends or people we meet every day but also animals. Nobody wants to hurt them but on the other hand we don´t want to be hurt either. And in these cases it comes to law to solve problems. Nowadays, cosmetics is a part of our everyday lives, it does not matter if you are woman or man.
Running heading: Should animals be used for testing? Animals shouldn’t be used Kimberly Stockham Post University 2 As we look back on history, animal experimentation has been around for many years dating back to the early 1920’s, so it has been around for a long time. However many people tend to forget the great numbers of animals that have suffered serious damage during the process of experimentations.
Animal Testing Have you ever used Purell hand sanitizer? Have you ever used Herbal Essence, Pantene, Coppertone, or Dove products? Have you ever used a Band-Aid? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have consumed a product that has been tested on animals. Animal testing is a phrase that many people may come into contact with, but are unsure of what it really means. Some individuals have very misguided notions of what they believe it is. They think it deals with torturing
Animal experiment Animal experiment is the use of non-human living animals in experiments conducted in pharmaceutical companies, universities, hospitals, and commercial companies. Human has a long history in using living animals to conduct experiments. The earliest one can be traced back to 2nd centuries, when Aristotle was the first one to conduct animal testing. Since then, human always use animals to do biomedical research with the aim to develop new medicines and for education propose. Animal