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Is Animal Testing Fair?

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Started: 4/19/2016 Category: Science
Updated: 6 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Is it fair to test our products, drugs, cures, ect. on animals?
Yes it is fair to test animals- Your Pro
No it is not fair to test animals- Your Con

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Animal Testing is cruel and inhumane. According to video recordings inside United States labs animals are force-fed chemicals, burned, shocked, poisoned, and other horrible things. Animals are also left to die in their cages that they share with other animals, their friends watch them suffer and eventually die. Is it fair meaning is it okay and equal to all involved, animal testing is not okay to all involved. Animals are mistreated and it is not fair to them at all.


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Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by dr_sepheroth 6 months ago
You could say is Human Testing Fair ?

Animals are defined as having all or most of the following ;
Response to Stimuli

The Home genus has nearly every one off these requierments.

IF you want to ask if Animal testing is fair, ask yourself if it is fair to test experimental surgery on a human with out anesthesia.

You should be able to answer your own question.

Many animals do not experience pain in the same way, so for some animals, nearly all forms of anesthesia will not work properly.

Only common household pets have had specialised research in to their pain mechanisms and how anesthesia can be used to block it.

Remember this when awnsering your own question.
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