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I appreciate your work and dedication, but I think we could stop vivisection sooner if we concentrated more on the fact that vivisection is bad science because of differences between species, some as minute as on cellular and molecular levels. Results observed on animals apply to humans less than 50% of the time, meaning they are slightly less reliable than tossing a coin. As you mentioned, there are other methods of assessing human responses which apply more reliably to humans.
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