AnotherA widely discussed topic that deals with fairness is whether animal research is right or wrong. Sometimes when seeing animal research inon TV shows, I become really madangry. Who hasdecided that the life of an animal is less precious than ours? Do we really have the rights to govern their life in order to find cures? (You really can't start with "Another" because there is nothing before it)
If a dog has accidentally killed a man in self-defence, it has to be
deceasedkilled (or destroyed, or, put to sleep). But when we use them as experimental animals, we might have to sacrifice at least 3three animals lifebefore we have found the right cure, how can this be fair enough?
In the view ofScientists, theythink it is correct because there is no other way to find out how theif their (They may care how a cure works but they are more concerned with if they work first) cures work if they donítaren't betested on living creatures, therefore animal testing is the only way. But how fair is it to animals?
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