Looking through cats' eyes

Brian Scott brians at interlog.com
Sat Oct 16 14:36:26 EST 1999

It doesn't take a great leap of the imagination to realize how these
sorts of experiments may one day help to treat blindness.  Do you think
scientists just sit there thinking of ways they can have fun torturing
animals?  Get real!


Y-chat at webtv.net wrote:
> Although I have never objected to the use of animal research for
> necessary medical experimentation, I consider this type of research in
> the same league as using animals to test cosmetics. There should be a
> more humane way of satisfying speculative sensory studies than animal
> torture.

Brian Scott           |     Institute of Medical Science &
brians at interlog.com   |  Bloorview Epilepsy Research Programme
                      |        University of Toronto
                      |           Toronto, Canada

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