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Opću javnost, kojoj je stalo do dobrobiti životinja, navelo se da povjeruje u to kako životinje u laboratorijima rijetko pate. Vršitelji pokusa na životinjama često citiraju statistike CDA (koje CDA pribavlja upravo od vršitelja pokusa na životinjama) u kojima se navodi da svega 6-8% životinja iskorištavanih u eksperimentima proživljava bol bez anestezije ili lijekova protiv bolova.236 Međutim, miševe, štakore i ptice, koji u SAD-u čine 90% svih životinja iskorištavanih u pokusima, američki Zakon o dobrobiti životinja apsolutno ne štiti ni na koji način.237 Očito je da je opća javnost zabrinuta glede pokusa na životinjama. Primjerice, na referendumu u Ujedinjenom Kraljevstvu održanom 2006. godine, 51% od gotovo milijun potpisnika izjasnilo se protiv testiranja na životinjama.238 Budući da se medicinsko istraživanje provodi radi dobrobiti pučanstva i da je velikim dijelom financirano upravo sredstvima prikupljenima kroz poreze i humanitarne donacije, zabrinutost pučanstva trebala bi se uvažiti i obznaniti. Deseci milijuna životinja koje se godišnje iskorištavaju i ubiju u američkim laboratorijima redovito proživljavaju nezamislivu patnju, često zbog straha i tjelesne boli, a gotovo uvijek zbog deprivacije uzrokovane zarobljavanjem i zatvaranjem koje im uskraćuje zadovoljenje najosnovnijih psiholoških i tjelesnih potreba.

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Značaj eksperimentiranja na životinjama uvelike prenapuhuju oni koji imaju prikriveni ekonomski interes da se takva praksa nastavi i dalje. S obzirom da se eksperimentiranje na životinjama fokusira na umjetno stvorenoj patologiji, podrazumijeva konfuzne varijable te je potkopano razlikama između ljudske i neljudske anatomije, fiziologije i patologije, ono je suštinski nesigurna metoda za istraživanje procesa ljudskih bolesti. Milijarde dolara koje se svake godine investira u pokuse na životinjama iskoristile bi se puno učinkovitije, efikasnije i humanije kada bi ih se preusmjerilo u kliničko i epidemiološko istraživanje te programe javnog zdravstva.

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