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    Re: Should animals be used widely to develop new medicines that benefit for humanity?

    Your first sentence.

    Some people say that animals have been used widely and immorally in search of new treatments for human diseases.

    That makes sense. The rest of that sentence is a mishmash.

    I suggest that you write shorter, simpler sentences
    You have to walk before you can run.
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    Re: Should animals be used widely to develop new medicines that benefit for humanity?

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    So, dcintel, you are against testing drugs on nonhuman animals. How do you suggest we test new drugs?
    I am not against the idea of testing on nonhuman animals, but testing should be limited in order to find new drugs.

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    Re: Should animals be used widely to develop new medicines that benefit for humanity?

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    but testing should be limited in order to find new drugs.
    That says testing should be limited so new drugs can be found.
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