Stem Cell Research
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This paper examines the validity of both arguments for and against stem cell research, based on Ronald Dworkin's ethical writings on "the sanctity of life." In the conclusion, this paper argues that despite its supposed benefits, stem cell technology is both untried and potentially dangerous. Furthermore, the current methods of creating stem cells violate an important premise of Dworkin's concept of the sanctity of life. It argues that because of both the health and moral implications, funding for stem cell research should be banned.
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