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Is Animal Testing Effective & Does It Save Lives?

Most people can agree that animal testing (vivisection) is horrific.  And most people can get behind banning animal testing of things like cosmetics.

However, when it comes to potentially live-saving medicine, the line of acceptable evil begins to blur for many people.
So is animal testing scientifically viable?  Can research on animals save human lives?  If so, then vivisection would only be opposable on moral and ethical grounds…not scientific ones.

As you will see, however, animal testing is NOT effective science and actually HARMS humans. Why does it continue?  That will be addressed in a future nugget…stay tuned!

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  1. sharon on June 11, 2014 at 12:20 pm

    yet again brilliant!!! more to come in the series – for me you just covered it all – probably covered it with the quote from gary yourofsky…

    and the wee possum sharing with the cute feline is just wonderful… thank you!!!!

  2. Eden Fantasys on July 9, 2019 at 1:26 am

    A counter argument could be that the meat market IS expanding because there are ever more people on Earth, but for every person who steps away from animal products, the market adjusts accordingly. We do save animals by our choices and if more people were to go vegan, we would begin to notice those market changes on a far more expansive level. But just because we are at the moment a small voice in the wilderness, doesn’t mean we aren’t making a difference to the lives of whatever number possible. Still, I wish we were actually, automatically “saving” all these animals each year as a result of our boycott. I wish the meat industry wasn’t expanding. I wish we could hasten the abolition of meat or at least threaten the industry. Boycotting slows it down and opens the door to a world where alternatives abound. What then?

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