NATURE 339(6223): 324, 1 June 1989
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White, Robert B.; Fox, Michael W. (1989)The practice of vivisection is both defended as necessary to medical advancement and attacked as being symptomatic of a breakdown in society. White cites examples of people who survived critical or debilitating illnesses because ...
Kushner, Thomasine Kimbrough; Belliotti, Raymond (1985-12)Kushner and Belliotti question the logical and moral justifications often put forward for using animal organs as replacement parts for humans. Arguing that morality demands that equal treatment be presumed and unequal treatment ...