humans. Conditions such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, muscular dystrophy, anxiety and even infections have been described across both humans and animals. Each of these illnesses are identified daily in humans and animals alike. Major diseases such as smallpox, polio, tetanus, rubella, anthrax, and rabies now have vaccines to stop them. These treatments and vaccines are realizable because of the testing on animals. We now have a treatment for cat leukemia which was a death sentence for cats before this testing began. We also have vaccines for rabies, distemper, tetanus, and parvo to care pets and give them a better standard of life. Tamed animals and farm animals have upgraded healthcare and a very long lifespan than they could have formerly lived. Animal examining has been around for centuries. The anatomy, internal organ structure, and organ systems of animals has shown just like the human body and has already made so many improvements in medicine. These cures are not the only ones we will see from animal examining, I believe many more will come.
4 PREMISE-CONCLUSION ARGUMENT References: Animal Testing. (2017). Retrieved from The Beginnings: Laboratory and Animal Studies . (2015). Retrieved from
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