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Animal testing plays a vital role in this day and age not only from providing an essential outlook in the medical field, but it helps determine what medicine and anti-biotics need to be established. Animal testing has been a huge topic that has everyone fuming.
Without the use of animal testing there would have been no breakthrough with cures for diseases such as Hepatitis B, Polio, and Mumps. The breakthrough research and medication for those diseases were all from animal testing.
Numerous species of animals have been helpful with the eradication of the Smallpox vaccine in 2796 from cows, or even the use of Mice for the Polio disease that still to this day haunts newborn babies. Since the 1900’s medicine and vaccinations have tremendously rose the average life span of humans 28 years. So, without animal testing, how low would that average life span age be?
According to “Animal Research: separating fact from myth; by Steve Glassner states that “In 1935, the infant mortality rate for the United States was measured at 55 deaths per every 1,000 live births. By 2002 however, that number was brought down to 7 deaths for every 1,000 live births.” Much of that progress came through animal research.
Laurie Pycroft and Helen Marston in “Is animal testing necessary to advance medical research?” Stated that “Without the ability to use animals in their research, scientist efforts would be massively hampered.” In these points made by numerous authors the need for animal research is a bare necessity in cracking todays common diseases.
Steven Sternberg of Memorial Herman Health; “The discontinuation of animal testing would have a devastating effect on public health.” The various inputs different doctors and researchers haave to say all on animal testing couldn’t be said any differently and as you see hey all have the same thing to say about animal testing. It’s a necessity to preserve the human life.
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