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    Make a case against using fertilized human embryos (blastocysts) for harvesting their stem cells for research. What are the ethical considerations of taking a human life at the embryo stage to ostensibly "find a cure" for some other disease. Is that a valid reason?

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    The argument that fertilized human embryos should not be harvested for stem cell research is that we should respect human life. As a fertilized human embryo is the start of human life, harvesting it would take away from the potential of a human life to be grown and thus, in a way individuals ...

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