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Response to Curmudgeoness (Reply #8)

Wed Jun 13, 2012, 06:43 PM

9. It makes much more sense to do research in this manner.

I hate it when they mutilate animals and keep them in cages--that certainly wouldn't help determine any real-life efficacy of these prostheses. But when you have a regular pet that gets hurt, and they do the implant, and then the pet goes home and runs and jumps, etc., you have a good opportunity to see how well these things hold up. It might not be completely translatable to humans, but it is certainly a start~!

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