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Animal testing has been around for many decades now and it is an inhumane tradition that we place upon animals. With scientist forming many new and fully proven Non-Animal testing alternatives, they should use these new testings more often then not and should educate them to students at universities.

Stanford University is standing high in the science field today and they should change their focus from violent Animal testing to a faster and more accurate Non-Animal testing education. They should train their students with the new and modern form of testing, which doesn't involve the cruelty towards animals. They should allow for students to have the choice to be educated in non-animal testing alternatives which is used in many labratories today. It is the choice and right of the people to speak out against this cruel act we call Animal testing Science.

Letter to
Dr. Stephen Felt - Residency Director Stanford Universities Laboratory Animal Medicine
Professor and Chair Sherril Green
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Stanford Universities Laboratory Animal Medicine.

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Change/alter their focus to an alternative to animal testing education

Animal testing has been around for many decades now and it is an inhumane activity that we place upon animals. With scientist forming many new and fully proven Non-Animal testing alternatives, they should be used more often then not and should be educated to students at universities.

Stanford University is standing high in the science field today and they should change their focus from violent Animal testing to a faster and more accurate Non-Animal testing education. They should train their students with the new and modern form of testing, which doesn't involve the cruelty towards animals. Alternatives to animal testing are an easier and more effective approach to conducting research and tests needed for cosmetics, household products and sometimes even medicine. All that I ask is that they give a training program that uses alternatives to animal testing that will allow for students/scientists to develop a well rounded education of the future.
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Sincerely,