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" To KILL ,or not to KILL: that is the question"

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Marcin Stenka Sem. IV Gr."A" Opinion essay " To KILL ,or not to KILL: that is the question" Around the world, animals are used to test products ranging from hand cream to new cancer drugs. Almost every medical treatment you use has been tested on animals. The question is: should animals be used in medical experiments? I strongly believe that, even though people cause harm to animals ,these experiments are useful and not once saved life of human being. In the first place, without tests progress in medicine would not be possible and many of well known cosmetics would not exist. Antibiotics invented to cure great diseases such as: polio, measles, mumps ,rubella were also tested ,but not on human. ...read more.

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One can function as normal having incurable disease. In addition to this, operations on animals helped to develop organ transplant. It is possible to change organs which does not work properly. Open-heart surgery techniques have improved. In particular , humans cannot be factored just to breed organs. It is popularly believed that, no matter what animal scientists experiment on, they do it in a vile and brutal way. There are even organizations fighting against these tests. However it does not mean that every test is cruel. I agree that some might be ,but most of them are not. What is more , human life has greater intrinsic value than animal life. Apart from this, legislation protects all lab animals from cruelty or mistreatment. ...read more.

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In particular , humans cannot be factored just to breed organs. It is popularly believed that, no matter what animal scientists experiment on, they do it in a vile and brutal way. There are even organizations fighting against these tests. However it does not mean that every test is cruel. I agree that some might be ,but most of them are not. What is more , human life has greater intrinsic value than animal life. Apart from this, legislation protects all lab animals from cruelty or mistreatment. All things considered ,though ,it seems to me animal experiments are not the best way. Without them humans life would not develop at all. I think that animals should be used in medical experiments ,because this is the only way we can test new cosmetics and medicines. Thanks to them we do not harm human beings. People owe them health and beauty. .. ...read more.

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