Animal Research Takes Lives - Humans and Animals Both Suffer
by Bette Overell
Rebutting the vivisectors' arguments of supposed benefits for humans and animals from animal experimentation, this 368 page book shows how animal experiments instead have retarded medical progress and how they cannot provide future medical advances or predict safety levels for humans. Also includes a section on vivisection and the farming industry with the recommendation of adopting a vegetarian diet. The book's comprehensive index makes it easy to find the information needed when answering ( eg by a letter to the editor of a newspaper) a vivisector's claim.
NB: The publisher (NZAVS) offers free access to the background to and text of the entire book on-line at: http://www.health.org.nz
- from Phil Clayton, New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society (Inc.), a supporter of IVU