Through the years, we have been assured that using animals
in biomedical research is critical to our understanding and
advancement of human medical knowledge. The reality is very
different, as the answers to the following questions will
drugs be safe for us without first being tested on
we don't use animals, what will we use?
humans are animals, so what's the big difference?
about the argument that animal experimentation is
indispensable as our only model of intact metabolic
we know that medicines will not cause birth defects without
testing them on animals?
the polio vaccine come from animal experimentation?
penicillin come from animal experimentation?
lab animals responsible for the discovery of diabetes and
development of insulin?
we combat AIDS without animal experimentation?
not with animals, how can we ever hope to cure cancer?
all Nobel Prize winners in Medicine and Physiology
experiment on animals?
doctors support the concept of animal experimentation?
surgeons train on animals before operating on humans?
animal experimentation become so established to begin
animal experimentation continue?
the 3Rs ("Reduce, Refine and Replace") the best way to phase
out animal experiments?