‘Society should not agree to bring an end to all animal testing’

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MELBOURNE, Australia - May 27, 2014 - PRLog -- ‘Society should not agree to bring an end to all animal testing’

Introduction


The opening paragraphs of the Bible witnesses Jesus killing snake, it is part of the natural human cycle that wasteful animals need to be used for the whole ecological system. They can be used to feed the humans who are starving to death in many a parts of the globe. People in ancestral times survived heavily on wildlife and animals to serve their daily needs of hunger.

A case for Animal Testing

Animal based testing are required by law to make sure that they keep any pain, suffering or other harm they cause to animals they use for research, testing and teaching. And under law practice is done legally working under 3R’sprinciple that are animals that might suffer from disease may be used (replacement), no more only less animals are used for research (reduction) and if noxiousness is caused during work it is kept as low as possible (refinement). Higher order animals are being used in the research, teaching and testing because of benefits they bring to both humans and animals. Research based animals have various aims, some of them are improving the health and well-being of the people, improving health, welfare, productivity of the farm animals like cow, buffaloes due to which we get high yield products like milk and milk products., finding better ways to finding to protect the range of animals species, developing more humane and effective pest controls to protect endangered plants and animals (Rugman 2006). These all are the valid points or aim that why the animal testing is necessary. Higher animals are necessary for testing or teaching to doctors, nurses and other health professional, used in schools and college labs to trains and laying knowledge’s to students/ all this is done just to betterment of the human and human’s life. Testing is basically done check on safety of the new drugs or substances for human and animal use and to check whether the batch of drugs or to check on the vaccination works. Now let’s talk about the benefits which we receive after the testing is been done on to the animals (Kirkman 2006).

Anaesthetics is generally chemical use to make you unconscious during the operation was made out of drug of animal and used since 1800s. Surgical operations like removal of bladder stones, amputation etc. was done by using this drug which is eventually evolved from animal. Thesedevelopments have brought huge benefits to humans and animals. The next success is Antiseptics and antibiotics were invented out of animal drug fort removing bacteria, infection, viral, and other micro infections. We understand the value of the antiseptics and come to conclusion that these are so important in sterilizing the wound and cleaning up of any infections. Improving our knowledge on the animal based studies is full of dependency. The last success is Vaccines.

Conclusion

Overall, it is concluded that people and animals can be infected with the dangerous micro-organisms that pain, suffering, distress, lasting harms and death. These have led to developments of many vaccines whichimprovebody defences fight those diseases agents. At present 21 vaccines now protect the people and 56 vaccines now protect animals. There are many vaccines which lead to the patience survival more if he is suffering with cancer and can his death period to at least one week. The enormous pain, suffering, sickness, disability and death which has been achieved with the contributions of biomedical and veterinary sciences. So therefore the higher animal testing is beneficial for our society but it should fixed to less in numbers (Luo 2006).

References

Kirkman, BL, Lowe, KB & Gibson, CB, 2006, ‘A quarter of a century of Culture’s consequences: A review of empirical research incorporating Animals values framework’, Journal of Animals Studies, vol. 37, issue 3, pp. 285-320.

Luo, Y 2006, ‘Political behaviour, social responsibility, and perceived corruption: A structuration perspective’, Journal of Animals Studies, vol. 37, issue 6, pp. 747-66.

Rugman, AM, Collinson, S & Hodgetts, RM 2006, International Poaching, 4th edn, Pearson Education/Financial Times, New York, ch. 6

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