When they hear the word “criminals,” most people probably think of
the type of characters portrayed in murder mysteries and those seen on
the TV screen – tough-looking guys locked away in prisons or who will
be, as soon as they are caught and get their come-uppance. Yet some of
the worst imaginable crime is rewarded by society, and the
perpetrators who head these atrocities are held in high esteem around
This is no exaggeration; if anything, it is understating the facts.
I’m writing about much biomedical research utilizing animals that is
unnecessary and/or redundant. A lot of so-called “research” involves the
unnecessary torture of innocent animals and actually prolongs human
suffering by wasting time and money that could be spent in educating the
public about truly healthful living.
Just the other day, in the local public school newsletter there was
an article boasting about raising over $2,500 in one of those ubiquitous
“breast cancer research walks” held last October. They even included a
photo showing some of the walkers. Most likely, many people would be
horrified to learn that they are actually rewarding criminals, and that
they are being conned into complicity.
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