Non Animal Testing Research Methods
ALTERNATIVES TO ANIMAL TESTING
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The following companies are eradicating and eliminating the animal model from research. In doing so animal suffering is eliminated, and human health is vastly improved through more effective non-animal medical research.
GE Health Care
Organs on a chip are replacing outdated animal testing with modern non-animal approaches that not only spare animals immense suffering, but also provide information more relevant to human biology.
Organs-on-chips (OoCs) are systems containing engineered or natural miniature tissues grown inside microfluidic chips. To better mimic human physiology, the chips are designed to control cell microenvironments and maintain tissue-specific functions. Organs on a chip eliminate the animal model
from medical research.
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Primates Incorporated’s mission is to improve the quality of life for monkeys who are retired from research facilities, private ownerships, and the entertainment industry by providing them with an enriching and spacious indoor/outdoor sanctuary near Westfield, Wisconsin.Primates Inc. Sanctuary, Westfield WI
Primates Incorporated was founded by Amy Kerwin. Ms. Kerwin was an ex- primate researcher. What Ms. Kerwin witnessed in the labs has forever haunted her and motivated her to found Primates Inc. a
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The Best Ways to End Animal Research
Ending animal research altogether is a complex issue that involves weighing the benefits and drawbacks of using animals in scientific studies. There are several steps that could be taken to reduce the use of animals in research and to ensure that the animals that are used are treated ethically and humanely.
Increase funding for alternative research methods: Alternatives to animal testing, such as in vitro methods, computer simulations, and microdosing studies, can provide more reliable and relevant results without using animals. Increased funding for these methods would encourage the development of new techniques and reduce the need for animal testing.
Strengthen animal welfare regulations: Existing regulations for animal testing should be strengthened to ensure that the treatment of animals used in research meets high ethical standards.
Promote the use of existing animal data: Where possible, existing animal data should be used instead of repeating experiments, reducing the number of animals used in new studies.
Encourage transparency and openness: Researchers should be encouraged to be transparent about their methods and results, making it easier to assess the validity of their findings and reduce the need for animal testing.
Foster a culture of responsibility and respect for animals: Scientists, institutions, and funding organizations should work to foster a culture of responsibility and respect for animals, promoting a greater understanding of the ethical considerations involved in animal research.
While it may not be possible to completely eliminate animal testing, these steps could help to reduce the use of animals in research and to ensure that the animals that are used are treated ethically and humanely.
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