Celebrities against animal experimentation and animal testing.
"Once one accepts that there is something essentially different between a dog chasing after a stick and a stone plummeting to earth, then one will have a hard time in morally justifying for example, why a healthy dog is given lung cancer with tobacco smoke in order to prove something to a suicidal human who smokes forty cigarettes a day."
Stanley Godlovitch (1947- )
"Practocol was prescribed over 4 years before doctors realised that it caused corneal damage including blindness - a side effect not predicted by animal experiments."
C.T. Dollery in Risk-Benefit Analysis in Drug Research, Ed. J.f. Cavalla, 1981, MTP