April 13, 2012
-- What if laboratory animals could talk and share their stories? What if they could tell us about their lives inside research centres, pharmaceutical companies and university buildings; tell us about the experiments they are subjected to and what they feel? Antivivisectionists have been arguing for years that we don't share enough genetic and anatomical material with other species to justify the continuing anachronistic practice of vivisection. Yet, at the same time, we humans have in common with other animals the capacity to feel emotions. Above all else is the common capacity to suffer. This moral dimension should, in itself, be enough to stop this archaic practice once and for all. This book is written from inside the animals' shoes, giving a voice to the voiceless. Through a series of interviews with animals, Doctor Stefano Cagno, scientific antivivisectionist, delves into the secret world of laboratory animals, shedding light on an otherwise deliberately obscured subject.
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