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  Is animal testing necessary?
Updated 21 May 2004, 16.32
Animal testing vote
Over 2.5 million animals from mice to cats were used in the testing of products like medicines last year.

Experts say experiments on animals are needed to find cures for devastating diseases.

But campaigners say too many are being used unnecessarily and scientists aren't looking for alternatives.

Is testing on animals necessary?
 Yes, it helps doctors find cures
  14.94%
 No, it's cruel
  78.19%
 I don't know
  6.86%
4022 Votes Cast
Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion


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