posted on Oct, 19 2017 @ 08:42 AM
a reply to: ketsuko
I hear your answer, I really do. But what I actually hear most is nothing but an excuse. For more needless and inhumane pain and suffering.
Whether I have the steps backwards or not, the results are the same. First we infect, then try to "cure", or we cure and then try to infect.
"No one likes animal testing." Yet plenty of people do it daily to remain employed.
Your last argument I find to be abhorrent at best. (Not a personal attack btw!)
A product is a product. If an industry can not assure us it is all one and the same product, then why do we use it? Quality assurance, product
control, following a simple recipe to arrive at the intended result...call it what you will, is, is enough. In my opinion continuous testing is
nothing more than a poor and ineffective excuse to continue needless animal pain.
If I buy aspirin today, surely it is the same aspirin I bought yesterday?
Believe me, no one will ever change my mind with regard to this, with all due respect.
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