Research and Vivisection

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Using animals for research hinges on the contradiction of animals being enough like us to make test results relevant, but different enough that it is ethically acceptable to confine, injure, and kill animals in the name of science and saving human lives (or testing cosmetics and household products). Animals used for science are routinely kept alone in small metal cages, have tubes forced down their throats, are repeatedly subjected to invasive medical procedures, and often killed at the end of a study so that their bodies can be analyzed.

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