What happens to animals in medical experiments?



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    It would depend on the research facility and the research. In most cases, the experiments involve invasive procedures, one of which is called vivisection. Vivisection is surgery conducted upon a living organism, typically animals with a central nervous system, to directly view living internal structure for purposes other than the health of the subject. Animals may be given a certain strand of bacteria or disease so a researcher can study its affects and possible cures. Afterwards most animals are euthanized after being used in an experiment. The animals are euthanized at the end of studies for sample collection or post-mortem examination.

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    The better question would be what doesnt happen to animals in experiments. A quick rundown on what happens is broken bones, lacerations, chemical burns, seizures, convulsions, restricted movement, drug overdosed, and locked in small cages. These are just some examples of what goes on. It really can be considered a “hell” on earth.

    Please visit PETA’s webpage and see the videos of the animal experiments. This will give a better insight on what really happens.

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