Some people think that it is necessary to use animals for testing medicines intended for human use while others argue that it is cruel to do that. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

When it comes to animal testing, there is a growing debate over whether researchers should conduct research at the expense of
the lives
of those animals for human benefits. While some people assert that it is ethically wrong and unacceptable, I believe that their sacrifice should be continued in order to create the better and healthier world. There are many animal lovers who assert that they should stop using live creatures for experimentation as they believe it is morally wrong and cruel and people have no right to suffer other organisms for their benefits. Aside from that, there are some alternative ways that can replace those animal subjects in tests.
For example
, there is a computer program, which shows
the suitability
of a new drug on
human immune system
the human immune system
, can be used for medical research.
way, animals would no longer suffer from medical experimentations and people would still be able to benefit from the medical advancements.
, the contribution animals
has made
have made
to the medical improvement is significant, and as yet there is no
alternative method that can provide the same result as animals do in medical research.
some computer programs are being used to conduct clinical trials,
of a thing, of it; possessive form of "it"
often fails
often fail
when proceeding on the human body.
, while people derive benefits from animal experimentations, other wild lives
benefit from the test results as those animals may
suffer from the similar diseases that people experience
as Cancer and Asthma. In conclusion, there are convincing arguments both for and against animal tests.
, exploiting those animals’ lives seems cruel, their sacrifice is essential for the long-term survival of human and other
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