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ADDICTED TO ANIMAL CRUELTY

We know, directly from their own documents, that the tobacco industry has conducted hundreds of experiments on animals. They have tortured and killed dogs, rabbits, and monkeys for decades. These experiments have been used to make cigarettes more addictive.


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TOP SECRET INDUSTRY EXPERIMENTS

Here are just a few of the hundredS of experiments the tobacco industry has funded or directly conducted on animals. These experiment were not to make cigarettes less harmful, just to make cigarettes more addictive or to try and find animals that did not get cancer in order to deceive the public.

MONKEYS KILLED FOR SMOOTH ADDICTION

The tobacco industry euthanized monkeys to test the harmful effects of tobacco. After being forced to smoke cigarettes, all but one of the monkeys died. While this experiment showed clear damage to lungs from smoking, the tobacco industry refused to warn the public.


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SOURCES

Lorillard, P. (1963). Smoke dosage apparatus [Web]. Retrieved from http://www.archive.org/details/tobacco_tiw99d00
Monkey smoking hazelton labs. number 4 [Web]. (1966). Retrieved from http://www.archive.org/details/tobacco_hvj23e00
Beth, M. (1975). Death for the 30-a-day dogs. Sunday People, Retrieved from http://www.acigawis.co.uk/smoking_beagles_at_ici.htm

DOGS TORTURED FOR SMOKING PLEASURE

The tobacco industry strapped dogs to man-made smoking machines and forced them to smoke so much that smoke began pouring out of the dogs. 28 died of lung cancer making cigarettes more addictive. Despite clear evidence that smoking caused lung cancer, the tobacco industry refused to acknowledge a link.


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CANCER BUNNIES

Scientists created tumors that would grow on rabbits using mixtures of tar, acetone, and other chemicals that were applied to the rabbits ears. All rabbits that received injections of cigarette chemicals developed tumors. Despite this clear evidence of cancer, no public warnings were made about smoking cigarettes.


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