Good comebacks for “only 6% of animal testing for medical research” Help!?

Good comebacks for “only 6% of animal testing for medical research” Help!?

Issues Lore22 :!? Good comebacks for “only 6% of animal testing for medical research” help
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I find that statistic hard to believe. Ask a denominator that does not PETA (prone to make up numbers.) Actually do some google search yourself, I’m pretty sure it’s wrong.


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  2. That’s the difference between a psychiatrist and a psychologist. An MFT (masters degree) or LCSW (also masters degree) can see patients for counseling but that’s basically it. Psychologists with PhD (5-7 years of grad school)have done significant amounts of research into clinical psychology and are usually able to practice, and also able to administer tests. Psychologists with a PsyD (3-5 years of grad school) specialize in therapy and administering tests, but not so much research. Psychiatrists are the outsiders–they went to med school and specialized in psychological processes so they can administer medicine but probably aren’t the best at therapy, as they have more experience with biology. Tl;dr: Get therapy from an MFT, LCSW, PsyD, or PhD…Get drugs from a psychiatrist.

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