In Washington DC, a district-court judge had put a temporary stop on government funding for research involving human embryonic stem cells, pending
resolution of a suit that is seeking to make the hold permanent
This is truly the worst news of the month. Stem cell research, can help us in so many ways. It makes you wonder, the true motives, for wanting it
I can understand that people think, it is wrong to use embryonic stem cell's, but the benefits, far outweigh the moral implications. There are three
types of stem cell's, but only embryonic stem cell's can be manipulated, and grown into any type of cell, contained in a human body. They are also
prime candidates for drug and medical testing, potentially eradicating the need for animal testing.
god i love modern teck its things like this taht make me glad we evolved .
for once a happy never ending .
as for stem cell resurch emboritic cells are not the only ones that can be used any more and if the cell can be used to make any cell then creat
more embrotic cells from one could come a billion then you dont need any more from a human .
and no way im spell checking that lol
Your missing the point that the problem is not cultivating them, it's using them in the first place. And yes there are other cell's that can be
used, but embryonic cell's are the only ones that can replicate any cell in a human body.
And your lack of spell check is expected, considering your lack of contribution
I just recently seen something to do with a major goverment grant given out for an outdated form of stem cell research in-which the embryo's are
killed, thats the type & what fryed the right to life groups fish regarding it all in the first place. "NOW THIS ?"
The better part of CANCER research is complete & total fraud, yet...
if allowed, it will continue until rapture. Ditto for private sector H.I.V. research as well. Why ? Because "BiG PharmA" is large & in-charge of it
all, thats why.
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