PUT UP OR SHUT UP ....

PUT UP OR SHUT UP ....


By: Phil Clifford  Date: 01/12/2012 Category: | Research Reports |

What boundless arrogance! This handful of fanatics is dictating what you will eat, what you will wear, how you will spend your money, and the kind of medical care you will receive. Yet they have not developed even one vaccine against any childhood disease nor even one life-saving surgical procedure nor even one medication to reduce pain or fight infection.

If they're interested in anything more than their current power trip, let them form their own medical research companies and try to come up with effective treatments against the illnesses and conditions that humans suffer. Let them offer public stock in their research companies and let their investors reap the rewards of their investments.

Certainly effective treatment and cures still need to be developed for diabetes, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer's disease, sudden infant death syndrome, the common cold, many forms of cancer, arteriosclerosis, arthritis, blindness, quadriplegia, hearing loss - and the list goes on. Let them put up or shut up by developing effective treatment and cures for these conditions in a timely manner without the help of laboratory animals. Meanwhile, we will keep seeking as best we can, as humanely as we can to relieve human pain and suffering, to prevent disease, and to heal.

The following chart compares the benefits provided by medical research with animals and efforts of animal rights activists.

How medical animal research has benefited human life and health worldwide

Virtually eliminated or greatly reduced death, morbidity pain and suffering due to

  • polio
  • diphtheria
  • scarlet fever
  • measles
  • smallpox
  • typhoid
  • typhus
  • tetanus
  • undulant fever
  • cholera
  • Black Plague
  • yellow fever
  • diabetes
  • infections
  • leprosy
  • seizures

 

Developed surgical techniques which have eliminated or greatly reduced death, morbidity, pain and suffering due to

  • heart disease
  • cancer
  • appendicitis
  • kidney disease
  • gall bladder disease
  • cataracts
  • lung disease
  • ulcers
  • fractured and broken bones
  • brain tumors
  • epilepsy
  • knee and hip replacement
  • gum disease
  • thyroid disease
  • back injuries
  • vascular insufficiency
  • childbirth complications
  • hearing loss
  • heat and chemical burns
  • detached retina
  • nerve damage
  • How animal rights activists have benefited human life and health worldwide
  • We're still waiting

Medical researchers' future projects:

Work hard to uncover preventive, more effective treatment, and eradication of:

  • muscular dystrophy
  • blindness
  • deafness
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Lou Gehrig's disease
  • spinal cord damage
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • sudden infant death
  • arthritis
  • migraine
  • common cold
  • multiple sclerosis
  • schizophrenia
  • influenza
  • chronic obstructive breathing disorders
  • cardiovascular disease
  • many forms of cancer
  • birth defects
  • asthma
  • tuberculosis
  • depression
  • chronic
  • sinusitis
  • diabetes,
  • kidney disease
  • and many others

Animal rights activists' future projects:

  • destroy research facilities
  • harass medical researchers
  • let humans suffer and die


Phil Clifford is an NAIA board member who is waiting for animal rights advocates to solve some of the diseases that still plague mankind.


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