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Animal Experimentation is widely used to create new medicine and test the safety of many products (Carey, 2014). However, the ethical issue comes to be since a lot of these experiments cause harm and death to the animals that are involved in the research (Carey, 2014). Animal experimenters use animals in order to see if new Drugs are harmful to human population (Carey, 2014). Scientists say that banning animal experiments would mean either and end to testing new drugs or using human beings for all safety tests (Carey, 2014). When an animal is tested for drug safety they are using the animals to help decide whether a certain drug should be tested on people (Carey, 2014). When conducting an animal experimentation it stops potencial drugs as either not effective or too dangerous to be tested on humans (Carey, 2014). If a drug passes the animal phase then it can be tested on small human groups before the large clinical trial (Carey, 2014). It's hard to find a middle ground with something with this large of a moral dilemma. But, something that scientist can inforce is reducing the number of animals used in experiments, by improving the technique of the experiment, improving the data analysis, and sharing the information with other researchers so that unnecessary harm won't be done to animals (Carey, 2014).