Biomedical Technology Research
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The paper argues that restraints on areas such as embryo research have produced a devastating impact on the expansion of the biomedical technologies involved with regenerative medicine. The paper considers the ethical issues involved and posits that while there must certainly be a level of restraint in dealing with the possible misuse of these new inventions, it must not be so restrictive as to limit any room for advancements in the field. The paper asserts that there must be some middle ground upon which both sides of the issue can agree that the wonders of this field are for the benefit of humanity and not its destruction.
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