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Why is stem cell research such a big issue?
I know that stem cells are the purest of purest blood, found in foetuses,
but does it actually kill the foetus to have it done?
if it does why dont they work in partnership with abortion clinics, if the woman is going to remove the foetus anyway, at least it wil be able to help someone else...
So i would like some more info on stem cell research...
Why is it a big issue...
it can cure many people, that much i know..
It would have helped Christopher Reeve regain movement
Re: Why is stem cell research such a big issue?
The debate over embryonic stem cell study centers on whether human life in the form of an embryo less than two weeks after formation is also a human person. A consensus exists that such embryos are alive. They contain human DNA and are thus human life.
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