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Funding the Future: Embryonic Stem Cell Research

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Stem Cells: Looking Towards the Future. This may seem like a unreligious view, but Stem Cell research is neccesary for our future. Just think of all the people who are suffering, and how we could lessen that pain.

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Watch video · But embryonic stem cell research could lead to the discovery of new medical treatments that would alleviate the suffering of many people. So which moral principle should have the upper hand in this situation?

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Examining the ethics of embryonic stem cell research Following the recent passage by both houses of Congress of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of , which would permit federal funding of research using donated surplus embryonic stem cells from fertility clinics, the president has once again threatened a veto. The controversy surrounding stem cell research led to an intense debate about ethics. Up until the recent years, the research method mainly focused on Embryonic Stem Cells, which involves taking tissue from an aborted embryo to get proper material to study. This is typically done just days after conception or between the 5th and 9th week.

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Stem cell research should be allowed. Research involving stem cells derived from human embryos should be permitted in Ireland in certain circumstances, a new report is to recommend. Stem cells are basic cells that can multiply and generate into specialised cells, tissues and even organs. 1 Should Research on Stem Cells Be Allowed? Peter Schaber (University of Zurich) Research with stem cells promises new therapies for injuries and diseases.