Breast Cancer Research Without Using Animals
Alternatives to Animal Testing, Experimentation and Dissection - An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM Faunalytics.org
January 2021

During the five-year period analysed by the researchers, the interest in using non-animal models for drug development in breast cancer grew, with the number of publications in this area almost doubling.

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Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women all around the world, and it can be a devastating illness for those experiencing it, as well as their family and friends. While breast cancer in its early stages can be treated in most patients, there is a high rate of recurrence and it is considered incurable with currently available treatment if the cancer spreads to distant organs in the body. This is why more — and better — treatments for the disease are needed.

The results of this study show new approaches to breast cancer research, and are heartening for those of us seeking an end to the use of animals in medical research more broadly....

 

Please read the ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE: Breast Cancer Research Without Using Animals (PDF)


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