Stem cells from this stem cell line could then be coaxed to differentiate in to the desired cell type, and be transferred into the patient so that they can repair the damaged tissue or organ" Devolder 6.
This view holds that "the early embryo has the same moral status, that is, the same basic moral rights, claims, or interests as an ordinary adult human being. In addition, adult stem cells are not as versatile as embryonic stem cells. The discovery of new information about these concepts will allow scientists to better understand early human development and how tissues are maintained throughout life 8.
This prospect is greatly context-dependent on the worth of external human intervention, transferability in uterus, and other issues. Self preservation: An argument for therapeutic cloning, and a strategy for fostering respect for moral integrity.
Consequently, it does not encompass a dynamic potentiality to develop into a person without facilitation. Others in favor of the research, such as Heron, a biotechnology company, claim that "not to develop the technology would do great harm to over million patients in the United States alone who are affected by diseases potentially treatable by the many medical applications of hES [human Embryonic Stem] cells" Holland A specific technique has been isolated to utilize stem cells in order to repair a damaged tissue or organ: "If a damaged tissue or organ cannot repair itself, stem cells could be obtained from these different stem cell sources [organs and tissues from individuals after birth; gametes, tissues, and organs from aborted fetuses; inner cell mass of early embryos].
Therefore the claim that we must have Embryonic Stem Cell Research in order to achieve medical advance is in itself questionable Schultz, However, in the research of embryonic stem cells, it might not be inherently possible.
The benefits of embryonic stem cell research outweigh the moral concerns.
Initially, I began by defining what stem cell is and the different types of stem cell scientist work with. Some possible sources for these stem cells include embryos created via in vitro fertilization for either research or reproduction ; five-to-nine-week old embryos or fetuses obtained through elective abortion; and embryos created through cloning or what is known as somatic cell nuclear transfer Liu 1.