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Argument: Animals are good research subjects because they are similar to humans

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[http://royalsociety.org/news.asp?year=&id=2513 "Why do scientists use animals in research?". The American Physiological Society. Retrieved May 3rd, 2008] - "Animals make good research subjects for a variety of reasons. Animals are biologically similar to humans. They are susceptible to many of the same health problems, and they have short life-cycles so they can easily be studied throughout their whole life-span or across several generations". [http://royalsociety.org/news.asp?year=&id=2513 "Why do scientists use animals in research?". The American Physiological Society. Retrieved May 3rd, 2008] - "Animals make good research subjects for a variety of reasons. Animals are biologically similar to humans. They are susceptible to many of the same health problems, and they have short life-cycles so they can easily be studied throughout their whole life-span or across several generations".

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"Why do scientists use animals in research?". The American Physiological Society. Retrieved May 3rd, 2008 - "Animals make good research subjects for a variety of reasons. Animals are biologically similar to humans. They are susceptible to many of the same health problems, and they have short life-cycles so they can easily be studied throughout their whole life-span or across several generations".

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