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Senate Passes Rand Paul’s Bill to Put an End to Animal Testing Mandates [VIDEO]

"The law [as it stands] perversely requires drug developers to test on animals, which often means killing them after the test is over."

"This [new] law will allow the option of not doing animal testing. It's not that it will forbid and prevent any animal testing. It simply will allow the option of bringing drugs to market without sacrificing animals if we don't need to."


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Charles-Louis Louis Labianco
1 month ago

What in the hell does that indicate: alternatives to animal testing are human testing. We will then be the “lab-rats”. AND he never explained the alternatives that he referred to as I did in my 1st statement here. Also would their simply be a “lab-test under the microscope to see if the drug, being tested, killed the organism? That would be great and cheap, but who would perform the testing? Who would “re-perform the testing”; review the systems and procedures. Normally, the “tested organism is killed” before being placed under the microscope. So how can a “lab-test” work to determine if a drug can kill an already dead organism.?

Charles-Louis Louis Labianco
1 month ago

Where is my comment which I posted about 10 minutes ago?
Is Red Voice Media also censoring non-violent, non-vulgar speech? Yes it is. This is the video about Rand Paul’s desire to eliminate animal drug testing, of which I posted an analysis.

1 month ago

Is the alternative to animal testing, the human testing? Or is the alternative to animal testing, laboratory testing? Currently, a dead virus organism can be tested or looked at under the mircrosope. But live orgamisms are extremely difficult to see because they move around. See book, The Cure that Worked: a book, a sodumentary about Royal Rife, motile organisms and his “demise” at the hands of Congressmen, FBI, FDA, big pharma, etc. SO, if organisms are “almost impossible to see when alive under a microscope” , and usually dead, when “tested” , then how will a drug be tested that can “kill” the dead organism? Educate me.

1 month ago

Type: sodumentary should be documentary.