The Value of Stem Cell Research

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The Value of Stem Cell Research
The arguments about the ethical and moral usage of stem cells begs the real question: How valuable are stem cells and the research involved in helping solve some of medicine’s problem areas. While scientists and medical experts are ready, willing and able to proceed with their research- in fact, many are doing so now- there are still too many people who simply argue on ethical and religious grounds which they really do not fully understand. Therefore, they are actually delaying the advantages of stem cell research that can help find cures or at the very least, some abatement of symptoms for a number of diseases. Some sources below will show that there is nothing immoral or unethical about stem cell...
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