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Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Summary: Questions whether or not Embryonic Stem Cell Research should be legalized. Describes the process of embryonic stem cell research and why the subject is so controversial. Argues that adult stem cells should be used instead.
The new controversial topic of today's society is Embryonic Stem Cell Research (ESCR). But what is Embryonic Stem Cell Research one might ask? It is the research of undifferentiated cells that have the ability to form any adult cell that could potentially provide an unlimited source of specific, clinically important cells such as bone, muscle, liver or blood cells. The complexities that surround this innovated medical advancement are, should it be legalized, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of legalizing Embryonic Stem Cell Research? With that comes certain questions, for example; should there be limitations, regulations, and restrictions on the research and the manner in which it is conducted; is it seen as morally accepted in the eyes of society; why is it important to do research on Embryos; and how can it make a difference. These questions were, to some extent, answered with the introduction of...

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