LONDON, Nov 30 (LSN)  This month Britain prided itself on becoming the first European Union country to ban all testing of cosmetics on animals. One day before this announcement was made, on November 15 The Sunday Times released the results of its investigation into doctor assisted suicide noting that “one in seven of Britain’s 36,000 GPs has admitted that he or she has broken the law by helping patients to die at their request.”  The appalling disrespect for human life was also noted in Britain in 1996 when Britain’s frozen embryo scandal hit the press.  At the time it was noted that over 1,800 human embryos were “donated” for research purposes in one year.


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