The Ethical Ethics Of Embryonic Stem Cell Research
For example, the creation story, is what Catholics believe to be the only right way to reproduce compared to Scientific Research, which explains human curiosity about furthering scientific knowledge in health. Natural Law does believe that it can be right to procreate using other methods but within reason.
2.0 Ethical Issue: Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Embryonic stem cells are taken from a human embryo to change into any other type of cell in the human body. They are used to help develop knowledge in science and further research about terminal illnesses and other problems. Human embryonic stem cells can divide without limit, and yet maintain the potential to make all the cells of the body. These cells were discovered by James Alexander Thomson, who is an American developmental biologist. In 1998, James Thomson and his group of students successfully isolated a group of Embryonic