Nowadays, there are countless conflictions and controversies regarding medical research, from among those highly discussed issues is animal experimentation or animal testing. Animal experimentation is a method used to experiment newly introduced drugs, cosmetics or even new food spices, such things are tested on animals to ensure that it is safe enough to be used by humans or for humans , but as noble the purpose might seem ,is it really worth torturing such helpless creatures for the sake of making a new eyeliner or food spices ??, this just seems inhumane even cruel , but what might be more cruel even vicious is the alternate way for animal testing which would be experimenting on humans , now that is truly inhumane and truly vicious.
So why animals are being tested and experimented on??, nowadays we live in a world filled with numerous diseases and needs, and by treating such diseases we deal with human health, so for example a new cure is found for a disease, but when it is used to treat a patient instead of healing the patient it caused him more troubles, like allergies or has poisonous effect and killed the patient god forbid, so how to find out such things without experimenting first ?, so for those reasons animals are used to experiment on, especially in the first stages of introducing new medicine or drug , if it is proven effective or showed some positive effect , then it is experimented on humans , some people volunteer for this kind of experimentations to finally be certain enough that it is safe and effective enough to save as much human lives as possible.
"The assumption that an animal species can stand as a reliable model for human biological reactions amounts to playing Russian Roulette with the patient's life."
Dr .Claude Reiss, DLRM Newsletter, No.9, Autumn 2002
Animal testing has had a vital act in countless logical and health advances of the past century and endures to assistance our understanding of assorted diseases. Across the globe, people relish a larger quality of existence because of these advances, and the consecutive progress of new medicines and treatments—all made probable by animal research, so the previous quotation and assumptions are completely fallacious. Though, the use of animals in logical and health testing has been a subject of heated debate for countless years in many countries. Enemies to each kind of animal research—including both animal-rights extremists and anti-vivisectionist groups—believe that animal experimentation is harsh and unnecessary, even though of its intention or benefit. There is no middle earth for these groups; they desire the instant and finished annulment of all animal research. If they prosper, it should have large and harsh aftermath for logical research.
No accountable scientist wants to use animals or cause them unnecessary paining if it can be evaded or avoided, and consequently scientists accord controls on the use of...