Ethics of Animal Testing Analytical Essay

Ethics of Animal Testing
The paper explains the benefits and downsides of animal testing. It goes through the history and ties in ethics.
# 3317 | 1,230 words | 3 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Sep 13, 2003 in Biology (Zoology) , Ethics (General)

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This paper discusses the ongoing debate in society regarding animal testing. The author examines the guidelines for experimentation on animals, modern methods, and discusses the pros and cons of experimenting on animals for human benefit.

From the Paper:

"Are the ways that science researches with animals to find cures to today's problems ethical, or is it simply an excuse for animal cruelty? Animal testing is a crucial part of finding cures to diseases and other problems that plague today's society. Animals have been the subjects of tests since the early eighteen hundreds in order to try to find cures to common problems back then. Humans test all kinds of products on animals no matter how it harms the animals. There are valid reasons for testing some products on animals. However, I think that some of the methods used are unethical. Is maliciously harming an animal ethical if it helps the human race?"

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