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It’s not like we are not immersed in a world full of brand new technology. There are many other accurate, ethical ways to test products that don’t involve animals, such as using 3D printing. Alan Faulkner Jones, a bioengineering phD student of Heriot Watt University has already successfully printed human stem cells to create micro-tissues and micro-organs.
The animals need our help. How would you like to see millions of mice, rats, birds, and other creatures locked in cages in labs? Could you imagine Mickey Mouse or Thumper being poked and tested on?
Everyone can make a difference. Take a stand and buy only cruelty free products. You can also raise awareness for the 100 million animals that are dying each year due to animal testing. Doesn’t everyone want to live to see an animal-cruelty free world?
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