Category Archives: Papers on Stem Cell Research and Cloning

Immortality through Regeneration

Through the years, the field of biotechnology focused more on the engineering side, such as the mechanics and functions of machines like MRIs and CAT scanners. Recently though, the field has exploded as it fused with the study of genetics. … Continue reading

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The Cultural Reshaping of Morality (repost)

The Cultural Reshaping of Morality Whether you’re Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, or even an atheist, the vast majority of people in the world would agree that murder is an immoral act. It is funny however that despite every school of thought sharing … Continue reading

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Moral Science: Reconciling Science and Religion in Stem Cell Research

It is no secret that science and religion often come into conflict, but even in areas where the strife seems most irreconcilable and most steadfast in moral convictions, there is in fact great hope for reconciliation. Stem cell research, especially … Continue reading

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Straining Humanity: Human Identity and Stem Cell/Cloning Research

There are few fields of research which lead to the amount of controversy present in stem cell/cloning research. Whether it be harvesting stem cells from human embryos, creating new embryos for the same purpose, or combining human and animal cells … Continue reading

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The Cultural Push Towards Moral Stem Cell Harvesting

Whether you’re Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, or even an atheist, the vast majority of people in the world would agree that murder is an immoral act. It is funny however that despite every school of thought sharing in this moral code, … Continue reading

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Defining a Life: The Ethical Questions of Embryonic Stem Cell Research (Revised)

One of the most heated political battles in the United States in recent years has been over the morality of embryonic stem cell research. The embryonic stem cell debate has polarized the country into those who argue that such research … Continue reading

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The Stem Cell Debate: The Attempt to Limit a Limitless Potential

Introduction In the last decade through major scientific advancements in the relatively new field of regenerative medicine, society is now faced with a major dilemma:  Is the potential to cure millions of a wide range of chronic debilitating diseases overshadowed … Continue reading

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Funding the Future: Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Are embryonic stem cells the cure to many of the human body’s ailments, including defective organs and crippling diseases, or is their use a blatant disregard of human rights and the value of life?  Thanks to the rapid advancements in … Continue reading

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To Promote the General Welfare; The Government’s Role in Funding Stem Cell Research

Home grown – usually associated with vegetables, fruits, or flowers – now associated with organs, limbs and body tissue. Using stem cells to create body parts for transplants and treatments is becoming more and more realistic as technology and research … Continue reading

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