- Many view points on this topic which include: allowing animal trials, the middle ground, and being against the trials.
- Mice trials are the first step in making new advances in the medical fields.
- The mouse is used because it shares DNA with humans and it acts as a model.
- PETA uses social media to encourage followers to help spread their message through twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
- PETA cherry picks information from other sources such as NPR.
- PETA suggests the use of alternative that include imaging, microdsing, human patient simulators and cadavers.
- Microdosing and the phase of a clinical trial are very closely related.
- The Humane society has some viewpoints that are similar to PETA with the uses of alternative methods, instead of animal testing.
- With the invention of the stress animal scientists are now able to provide better animal welfare through methods such as handling and restraint procedures.
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PETA (peta). “Mice in labs are shocked, burned, mutilated, & given diseases. These tests are ineffective and NEED to end. Join us! http://peta.vg/nprmice .”15 April 2017, 7:00 PM. Tweet.
PETA2 (peta2). “PETA successfully STOPPED this cruel study. RT if you want to help end ALL experiments on animals! pic.twitter.com/cj4INnIDVB” 12 April 2017, 7:09 AM. Tweet.
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