The Pros And Cons Of Stem Cells

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Register to read the introduction… First, a major concern shared by a wide variety of people is that embryonic stem cells are taken from an unborn child. Many view this as immoral, unethical, ungodly, and even murder. Secondly, others see this process of stem cell usage as potentially dangerous because the transplanted cells could form a tumor that may become cancerous. Pluripotency, or the stem cells' ability to differentiate, could make it strenuous to obtain a specific cell type. This immense uncertainty could be overcome with more research, but many hesitate to put their trust, as well as funds in such an equivocal

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