Experimentation on Animals, as a Means of Knowledge in Physiology, Pathology, and Practical Medicine (Classic Reprint)

 
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Have sometimes been made in extremely violent and denunciatory language, calculated rather to excite the feelings than to give any intelligent or impartial expression of the truth. It has even been declared, by one of the most active agitators in this field, that even though these living dissec tions were productive of all that their advocates claim for them, mankind have no right to the knowledge thus acquired and demands have been made, from the same quarter, for legislation which should put a stop to these wicked contri butions to human knowledge, which mankind would be all the better off for never It is evident, therefore, that the aggressive move ment against experimental investigation is both unreasoning and persistent. It is liable at any time to resume its activity, and to endanger, both in the State of New York and elsewhere, the progress and improvement of physiological medi cine. For' these reasons it has been thought de sirable to present in a condensed form the most important facts in regard to the character, the necessity, and the results of experimentation upon animals for scientific purposes, together with the.
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