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Animal Experimentation (nucleus - winter 2004)

Human experimentation on animals is a subject that literally evokes violent reactions: 'I don't think you'd have to kill too many [animal researchers]. I think for five lives, ten lives, 15 human lives, we could save a million, two million, ten million non-human lives…I am simply saying that [violence] is...

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cmf file 2 (1998) - animal experimentation ()

Animal experimentation is a huge industry. Each year in the UK scientists use almost 3 million animals. While the majority are rats and mice, one per cent are rabbits and 0.1 per cent are monkeys. Most animals are used to help develop and test drug for treating human diseases,...

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Submission from CMF to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics' Working Party on Xenografts (01/06/1995)

Introduction Christian Medical Fellowship is interdenominational and has as members well over 4,000 British doctors who are Christians and who desire their professional and personal lives to be governed by...
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Animal Experimentation (nucleus - winter 1994)

Medical science has a longstanding heritage of animal experimentation. Today we reap undoubted benefits from the efforts of our forefathers, with advances like the Salk vaccine against poliomyelitis standing tribute to the successes of the past. However, as technology improves we must continue to ask ourselves whether such stories are...

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