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  • Dear Jennifer,
    Your writing about the Nazi experiments was very good. It presented many different pieces of evidence and it made your claim very clear. I agree with you that the experiments are now beneficial to us because we were able to learn new things from these experiments but I don’t think this was the correct way to get answers to our…Read More

  • Dear Victoria,
    Wow, your post was really good. Although I had also read this article your writing allowed me to learn knew facts about it and it allowed me to look at this situation through another lens. I’m wondering if in your opinion these studies should still be done if there was no law that would say it is illegal? Thank You for your…Read More

  • Hi Grady,
    I am very impressed with your writing. I agree with Guadalupe you have really good background information about all three of these topics and you included very good pieces of evidence to prove your point. What is your opinion on these experiments that were done on these women? Thank You for your amazing writing. I look forward to your…Read More

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    Testing on humans was not ethical because from all of the experiments I have learned about not one of them follow these ethical rules.

    Beneficial? This principle has put me to think a lot. Especially after

    When, if ever, is testing on humans ethical?

    Testing on humans was not ethical because from all of the experiments I have learned about not one of them follow these ethical rules. Beneficial? This principle has put me to think a lot. Especially after reading an article...

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    • Dear Eli,
      Your blog stood out to me because you were able to express how you feel about testing on living organisms but at the same time be specific and give evidence why it is unfair to you. A specifically part that stood out to me was when you talked about the principles of bioethics because in reality no one connects non maleficence to animal abuse. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because your work is very interesting.
      Sincerely,
      Grady

    • Dear Eli,
      I am filled with joy to get to read your writing. It is amazing and I really love the points you’re trying to make. You show a lot of strength in your writing and I like that. One quote that stood out to me was, “ This quote illustrates one of the main reasons why I believe human testing is not justice. All these deadly experiments are being ran on people without their consent. Experiments that lead to death were being ran on people without them being aware. Does this sound fair to you? Because it certainly sounds very unfair to me.”. I really liked this sentence because how much you connected with us as readers and questioning our own thinking. This quote was super strong and I really connected with that feeling. Another sentence I saw was, “In conclusion, I believe testing on humans was not ethical because when experiments are being ran on humans their lives are not being cared for or respected.”. I like how you concluded with answering your question, good ending. I also agree with this. One thing I have to disagree with is this line, “Specially when it is done in human I believe it is not acceptable because obviously I am a human and I can assure you I will never want to be part of any experimenting and risk my health and life.“. I disagree with this quote because I don’t think it’s fair to just assume that because your the same species you can assume no one would want to be apart of human experiments because you wouldn’t know. Thank you for writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because your work is really interesting. I really appreciate getting a chance to read your work. If you’d like please reply.

    • Dead Eli,

      I was intrigued on your blog about animal and human testing. I really liked how you collected all of the information we learned in class. Another thing I really liked was how you gave a brief summary of each principal of bio ethics and how they relate to your research. I totally agree with you that human and animal research was not ethical because researchers put others lives at risks. I look forward to see what you post next!

      Sincerely,
      Jennifer

  • Dear Angeles,
    Thank you for sharing this very personal, and touching story with us all. I enjoyed reading your poem because it was very different from the others. Your poem is very interesting because it did not only explain what your name is it gave all the stories behind both of your names. I really enjoyed reading your story about life giving…Read More

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