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  • The Stem Cell Debate

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    If the inner cell wall of the mass is removed, it prevents the fertilized eggs from developing (“The Great Debate Over Stem Cell Research”). Some believe that human life begins at the moment of conception and that the embryo deserves to be protected. Also, there are some cultures that do not support the use of human life to someone else besides its producer. They also believe that the embryo only has moral rights as a human only after a few months of development (“The Stem Cell Debate: Is it Over

  • The Debate On Abortion And Stem Cells

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    The debate on abortion and stem cells   Consider two prominent political issue that can not be solved without taking a position in the moral and religious disputes, lying in their basis. I'm talking about abortion and embryonic stem cell research. Some people believe that abortion should be banned because the abortion results in the killing of innocent life. Others do not agree with abortion opponents and argue that the law should not stand on the sides in the moral and theological debate about

  • Embryonic Stem Cell Debate

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    Embryonic stem cell research has been a heated debate for upwards of 30 years due to the controversial nature of extracting embryos for research purposes. Recently the ban for federal funding to research embryos has been lifted; therefore, sparking even more debate on whether or not embryonic stem cells research is ethical. Embryonic stem cell research is the extracting of embryos in order to conduct research in cell repair and growth. There are two moral principles to choose between: is it used

  • The Debate Of Stem Cell Research

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    The Great Stem Cell Debate In 1998, President Bill Clinton issued a National Bioethics Advisory Commission to begin to study the question of stem cell research (Stem Cells Fast Facts). Since then many advances have been made and stem cells have been used to aid in the alleviation of several medical conditions such as macular degeneration, bone marrow deficiencies, and growing new sheets of new skin for burn victims (Hug). Even though there is much stigma surrounding stem cell research, the medical

  • The Debate Over Stem Cells

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    Have you ever wondered what stem cells are and why they are important? Have you heard that stem cells are controversial but do not know why? Scientists have been studying stem cells and their ability to regenerate tissues in the body for years. Having the body regenerate itself is not as crazy as it once sounded. Stem cells are very small, immature cells in the human body that are capable of becoming many types of cells. Researchers have been able to find different applications in treating the

  • The Debate Of Embryonic Stem Cells

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    Embryonic stem cells have the ability to grow into any type of cell that your body contains and can potentially aid in curing diseases and or repair many essential things in your body such as a kidney or a lung. This sounds like an extremely favorable advantage to medical advancements but this subject does summon some intense debates on where the stem cells come from. Embryonic meaning that it comes from the embryo veers many people’s opinion to totally protest any use of embryonic stem cells. Opposing

  • Stem Cell Research: An Ethical Debate

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    Science has gone where no one has ever been before, and on the way it has interfered with some important ethical beliefs. Stem cell research is one of the leading ethical problems in the world today. It is the most talked about issue, and it has even made its way to the White House for the president to voice his opinion. The debate lies on whether it is ethical or unethical to destroy an embryo for the purpose of research. One side agrees that it is ethical to destroy an embryo because it is for

  • The Debate Over Stem Cells

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    diabetes? These are just a few examples of the diseases that stem cells can treat. A stem cell is a cell that has the potential to mutate into many different types of cells in the body. Ever since stem cells were discovered, they have gained popularity and started to spark interest in scientists all across the world. Today there is a vigorous battle on the ethics, legalization, and experimentation of stem cells. Although stem cells are still being highly debated, they can open new doors in the scientific

  • The Debate Of Stem Cell Research

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    bring the topic of stem cell research to the table to inform you on a topic you most likely know nothing about. According to the bible the strong need to bear with the failings of the weak. Why should we please ourselves if we don’t care for stem cell research? Among one of the, if not the most, controversial topics of our time comes one medical science that can save lives if legalized nationwide. We are talking about stem cells of course, and why the allowance of these basic cells in common medical practice

  • The Debate Over Embryonic Stem Cells

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    with embryonic stem cell therapy. Some researchers regard this as the greatest potential for the alleviation of human suffering since the advent of antibiotics” (White). However, not everybody agrees with this. While embryonic stem cells offer much hope for medical advancement because of their ability to grow into almost any kind of cell, the moral debate of the destruction of an embryo continues. Embryonic stem cells are taken directly from an embryo before the embryo 's cells begin to develop into