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“Alternatives to Animal Testing.” PETA. N.p., 2017. Web. 27 Mar. 2017. Background: There are other options available researchers could participate in rather than using animals for medical research. Instead of using experiments that are cruel and painful to animals, the … Continue reading

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Self-Reflective Statement-dunkindonuts

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. By being in this class, I have realized my first draft of anything I … Continue reading

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Research Argument-dunkindonuts10

Say No to Animal Testing P1. Unwillingly animals put their lives on the line for us humans, but shouldn’t we be the ones protecting them? When it comes to research for medicine, researchers have found the need to use animals … Continue reading

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Causal Argument -Dunkindonuts

  Go Without Animals   Doctors are finally able to realize animal testing does not get their job done and they need to find a new solution. The former U.S. National Institutes of Health director Dr. Elias Zerhouni expresses, “We need to refocus … Continue reading

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Definition—dunkindonuts

Say No to Animal Testing P1. How come when it comes to helping humans, animals are harmed in the process? When medicine is being created, researchers test it on animals in order to see the potential effects it has on … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric-dunkindonuts10

  0.01-  This video starts off with two glasses being shown, moving closer to each other in slow motion. These glasses are looked like there is wine inside. They are pretty full and seems like it is two friends meeting to have … Continue reading

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