Hello!! My name is Crystal. My partners, Rena and Julianne, and I are on a journey to stop animal cruelty and make sure animals are getting the treatment that they deserve. The overall goal of my project was to
The video I created was about animal testing. Animal testing has been around for many hundreds of years. It is a vital factor in the development of medical research, however, it is very harmful to animals and
I agree that animal testing shouldnt be allowed.Because animal tests are so unreliable, they make those human trials all the more risky. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has noted that 95 percent of all drugs that are shown to be safe and effective in animal tests fail in human trials because they don’t work or are dangerous.Therefore they should not be allowed
I am greatly disappointed about your post, “Animal Testing”, because I believe that animals should not have to go through suffering for the development of medical care for humans. It is simply inhumane and cruel that we are treating animals in such a way, for our own benefit. I understand your view on the topic, however, there are alt…[Read more]
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