Pros and Cons of Stem Cell Transplantation
This paper examines the controversial issue of stem cell transplantation and considers the views regarding the use of stem cells along with the debate that is currently in process.
# 6939 | 1,625 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002
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This essay discusses the pros and cons of stem transplantation by using rational examination of ideas based on logic and current research rather than emotion. Pope Leo XIII's Rerum Novarum is also used in order to give a basis to the theological arguments.
From the Paper:"The use of human material for extermination is very emotive subject. There are many personal feelings that surround the issues which, are complicated by social conditioning, religious beliefs and personal or societal needs and the personal moral framework. In many countries one of the debates that is currently raging is the use of human stem cells for research.In Germany there is research going ahead, but with imported stem cells and against the wishes of the Green Party and the National Ethics Council, in the United States there is disapproval of the research, and in the United Kingdom the research is approved for the purposes of finding cures for serious currently incurable conditions such as Parkinson's and diabetes."
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