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Shampagne explores Testing on Animals – Contains upsetting reports.
The history of animal testing goes back to the writings of the Ancient Greeks in the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE, with Aristotle (384–322 BCE) and Erasistratus (304–258 BCE) one of the first documented to perform experiments on animals.
When did animal testing become a problem?
Although the first Humane Society in the United States was established in 1866, it was not until the end of the 19th century when scientific disciplines were necessary for the education of physicians that protests the use of animals for experimentation became organized.
How long has animal testing been around in the US?
The use of animals for cosmetics testing was instituted in the 1940s in response to serious injuries suffered by people who were exposed to unsafe beauty products.
Why does animal testing exist?
When a new drug or surgical technique is developed, society deems it unethical to use that drug or technique first in human beings because of the possibility that it would cause harm rather than good. Instead, the drug or technique is tested in animals to make sure that it is safe and effective. Throughout history, research involving animals has been essential to our survival during epidemics and pandemics caused by infectious diseases. For example, animal research was vital in the development and production of the smallpox vaccine which eventually led to its eradication in 1980; until then, smallpox killed between 300-500 million people in its 12,000-year existence. Likewise, nearly forty years of research using monkeys, rats, and mice led to the introduction of the polio vaccine in the 1950s that has since saved millions of lives, eradicating the disease from most continents.
We are now facing a new pandemic,
COVID-19, a disease caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). First identified in China in December 2019, COVID-19 caused over 200,000 deaths globally in its first 4 months and led to unprecedented disruption to our lives. Overcoming this pandemic will require an unparalleled collective effort from the global scientific and medical communities. Animal research that is building on the work previously funded by the MRC is already playing a vital role in these efforts and helping UK scientists lead the way in developing vaccines and treatments against COVID-19.
Safety and efficacy of COVID-19 treatments Animals are also key for evaluating the protective efficacy and safety of any new treatments, including COVID-19.
Mice, specially bred for studying COVID-19 are being used by Professor Xiao-Ning Xu at Imperial College London, who has MRC funding to test a monoclonal antibody treatment that may be effective against different types of coronaviruses including SARS-CoV-2.
Professor Xu will also test these monoclonal antibodies in monkeys at the UK’s National Institute for Biological Standards and Control, because human antibodies are more likely to interact with other components of the immune system in species that are closely related to us, compared to mice.
The UK’s extensive scientific expertise is ideally positioned to lead the way in responding to the threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. This expertise is only possible because of the decades of knowledge gained from funding excellent discovery science, and the advances gained from research involving animals.
Why is animal testing cruel?
Animals are deliberately sickened with toxic chemicals or infected with diseases, live in barren cages, and are then killed when the experiment ends. Humans and animals are very different, so animal experiments often produce inaccurate or unusable results.
Do animals feel pain during animal testing?
Not only do animals suffer from the effects of the drugs or chemicals, but research has shown that just the experience of being force-fed the test substance can result in extreme distress. The procedure typically used to administer the test dose directly into the animal's stomach is called gavage.
Lady Thulston says “I am about to have a hysterectomy sometime this year (2021) and even the thought of this operation makes me distressed.
On a personal note, just going into the small room before you go into theatre makes me panic. I always seem to feel scared, upset and cannot breathe. These animals feel this stress EVERY DAY. If we saw what was really going on NONE OF US WOMEN WOULD WEAR MAKEUP!
What would happen if we stopped animal testing?
Because of the physiological differences between humans and other animals, results from animal tests cannot be accurately extrapolated to humans, leaving us vulnerable to exposure to drugs that can cause serious side effects.
Drugs that sicken or kill animals do not always prevent a drug from being marketed.
What other methods can be used instead of animal testing?
These alternatives to animal testing include sophisticated tests using human cells and tissues (also known as in vitro methods), advanced computer-modelling techniques (often referred to as in silico models), and studies with human volunteers.
Why are animals killed after testing?
Animals are damaged and killed to test the safety of new agricultural and industrial chemicals, food additives and other products.
They are force-fed substances; they have chemicals rubbed into their skin or dripped into their eyes and they are made to inhale toxic fumes to see how poisonous they are.
What percentage of animals survive animal testing?
Over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in US labs every year. 92% of experimental drugs that are safe and effective in animals fail in human clinical trials because they are too dangerous or do not work.
How many animals die in animal testing?
Each year, more than 100 million animals—including mice, rats, frogs, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, monkeys, fish, and birds—are killed in U.S. laboratories for biology lessons, medical training, curiosity-driven experimentation, and chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics testing.
Can animal testing be replaced?
Scientists at private companies, universities and government agencies are developing new cell and tissue tests, computer models and other sophisticated methods to replace existing animal tests.
Why Animals testing should not be banned?
They believe that products that have been tested in animals are safer and more secure. the report says "animal testing should not be banned because using animals for experiments is cheaper and there is no way to simulate human pregnancy. This means that many medicines for animals are also suitable for humans."

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