Doctors and scientists have been trying to find a cure for breast cancer for decades. They've spent billions of dollars on cruel experiments on monkeys, rats, mice, rabbits, cats, dogs, and other animals, who often suffer and die. Yet, we still don't have a cure for breast cancer.
Using animals for breast cancer research is unreliable because of the significant differences between animals and humans. Former National Cancer Institute Director Dr. Richard Klausner has stated, "The history of cancer research has been the history of curing cancer in the mouse. We have cured mice of cancer for decades—and it simply didn't work in humans."
Compassionate organizations practice humane, non-animal research that focuses on how breast cancer starts in women's bodies, how to combat it, and how to prevent it from developing in the first place.
While some researchers and charities are leading the way toward more ethical, more effective, and human-centered research, some health charities continue to fund cruel animal experiments.
Speak up by telling the executives of the organizations that fund experiments on animals to stop abusing and killing animals and wasting money and time. What we need is scientifically sound and humane research that can actually cure breast cancer!
Dear [Decision Maker],
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
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