Purchasing skin grafts from people is one way to reduce animal testing. Like plasma, or blood, skin grafting for medical science testing is a structure that could work. The problem currently with skin grafting is that the cost is high, much higher than it is to purchase rats or monkeys.
There are many alternatives to animal testing, such as using products which are organically based and do not have any chemicals in them. Additionally, using human subjects in the final stage of the manufacturing process may provide a better alternative, so long as the human participants are willing to be subjects. Animals do not have to be tested for every product, and there are many alternatives to animal testing.
Unfortunately there are no good alternatives to animal testing. The only alternative to doing animal testing is canceling the tests altogether. Perhaps in the future there will be computer simulations which will replace the need for animal testing, but we do not have the technolog to do this yet, and animal testing remains necessary.
There is an immense population of people in jail. Use incarcerated individuals as human guinea pigs. In exchange, reduce their sentences. It's not cruel and unusual punishment if prisoners sign up for the deal willingly as a condition of their early release. Some prisoners who shouldn't be remanded to normal society can get other prison perks instead in exchange for being tested.
I am not sure what alternatives there could be for animal testing. Whatever alternatives are found, I do hope the alternatives are safe and effective. Animals should not be treated in cruel manners. No, I am not a vegetarian but I also don't validate the idea of animals or any beings experiencing unnecessary pain.
We don't need to test on animals unless it's medical even then we need to do so only sparingly.
Animals feel pain too testing on them and treating them as our servants isn't right morally we shouldn't be injecting the poor things with disease to see if we can cure it.
We also shouldn't use their fur as a testing grounds for hair care products, we have other ways to see how things will react in human contact we don't need to keep doing this.
Animal testing is sad but it is necessary for the protection of humans. We need to advance our products and testing is one way to do it. If we were to test on humans, that would be very bad. Animals do not have the comprehension levels that we do and therefore they will face the consequences. If an animal is not rare or a commodity it is not unreasonable.
No, there are not good alternatives to animal testing, because alternatives do not do a sufficient job of making sure products and medicines are safe. Not testing products at all will make it next to impossible to develop new products. Testing on humans is also not even testing. There are other things to do, but animal testing is the best way to get new products to markets.
Animal testing is one of the best ways to test a product to ensure that it is safe for human use. Although it may be somewhat cruel, it is a necessary thing that we must do in order to further the testing process for products that are in development. There are no good alternatives.