Animal Testing Facts
Chemicals are in many of the products we use every day and when it comes to testing their safety, the most common method – animal experimentation – leaves us with unreliable answers.
- One of the main problems with animal testing is that it’s difficult to match toxicities from different species to diseases in humans, making any data produced highly questionable.
- Animal tests are time consuming and costs millions of dollars to conduct – which is why we don’t know enough about the thousands of chemicals already in our environment.
- Animal testing is cruel; they are never afforded pain relief.
Published on May 12, 2014
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