Author(s)Henig, Robin, M.
Drugs and Drug Industry
Genetics, Molecular Biology and Microbiology
Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues
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AbstractWhy consider opposing viewpoints? -- Introduction -- Ch. 1: Do animals have rights? -- Chapter preface -- 1. Animals have rights / Tom Regan -- 2. Animals do not have rights / Ilana Mercer -- 3. Animals are equal to humans / Matt Ball and Jack Norris -- 4. Animals are not equal to humans / Josie Appleton -- 5. Animal rights activists are terrorists / Alex Epstein -- 6. Animal rights activists are not terrorists / Will Potter -- 7. Animal researchers should not be bullied by animal rights terrorists / Fiona Fox -- Periodical bibliography -- Ch. 2: Is animal experimentation justifiable? -- Chapter preface -- 1. Animal experimentation is ethical / Adrian R. Morrison -- 2. Animal experimentation is unethical / David Thomas -- 3. Using primates in medical experimentation is justifiable / Scientific Steering Committee of the European Commission -- 4. Using primates in medical experimentation is unjustifiable / John Gray -- 5. The animal experimentation debate has reached a moral deadlock / Peter Singer -- 6. The moral deadlock concerning animal experimentation can be broken / Patrick Bateson -- Periodical bibliography -- Ch. 3: Does animal experimentation aid medical progress? -- Chapter preface -- 1. Animal experimentation is vital to medical research / American Physiological Society -- 2. Animal experimentation is not vital to medical research / Christopher Anderegg et al. -- 3. Drug testing on animals is beneficial / Jennifer A. Hurley -- 4. Drug testing on animals is not beneficial / Kathy Archibald -- 5. Microchip technologies could make drug testing on animals unnecessary / David H. Freedman -- Periodical Bibliography -- Ch. 4: Are new forms of animal experimentation worth pursuing? -- Chapter preface -- 1. The risks of animal-to-human transplants outweigh the benefits / Joyce D'Silva -- 2. The benefits of animal-to-human transplants outweigh the risks / A physician, interviewed by Gale Scott -- 3. Genetically modified animals are beneficial to medicine / Pt. I. Alexandre Fouassier, Pt. II. Manufacturing chemist -- 4. Genetically modified animals are not beneficial to medicine / Animal Aid -- 5. Animal cloning is worthwhile / Marie A. Di Berardino -- 6. Animal cloning is unnecessary / Wayne Pacelle -- Periodical Bibliography -- For further discussion -- Organizations to contact -- Bibliography of books -- Index
Detroit, MI: Greenhaven Press, 2007. 234 p.