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What are the three most ethical controversies relating to stem cell research and human cloning? Why?
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To date there is not enough data to show the consequences of cloning. While we have demonstrated "success" in doing so with animals, there's no way to ultimately know the outcome of the works with genetics, mutations, agents in the modern world (chemicals and other synthetic combinations) and other unknown factors. The work with sheep and other animals offers some clues to the process but not the long term benefit nor scientific concerns. There may be useful benefits to adjust organs that have broken down, in the way that an animal can grow a new limb. But in the same way, it would be valuable for scientists to develop a way for the body to regenerate rather than rely on genetic engineering and human ...
There are many forthcoming opportunities for cloning, reflective of success with animals.
discuss the ethical implications of cloning and stem cell research. Be sure to identify and discuss applicable state and federal laws/regulations as well as ethical theories and principles
The Ultimate Goal of the Session Long Project is to identify and evaluate the ethical principles used in resolving ethical dilemmas, and identify specific ethical issues that may have sociological, economic, legal or political implications.
discuss the ethical implications of cloning and stem cell research. Be sure to identify and discuss applicable state and federal laws/regulations as well as ethical theories and principles.
Stem cell research is clearly one of the most controversial topics debated today. Opinions vary about the research and whether it is ethically and morally proper. The conflict surrounding stem cell research is much more complex than a fundamental battle of ethics between the subjectivity of personal religious belief and the objectivity of science. There is a belief that as a society, we need to remain open to the possibility of broadening our scientific horizons with stem cell research, and take the time to learn and understand whatever we can about it. If stem cell research does possess potential for medical treatments that can ease the suffering of millions of people the question becomes: should medical researchers be allowed to use stem cells for medical research and experiment with treatments that involve manipulation of human stem cells and will this research have a positive or negative impact on medical care in general?View Full Posting Details