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    Stem cell therapy has often been surrounded in controversy. Many view the issues of stem cell therapy and stem cell research as crimes against humanity and morally wrong; while others may feel the study of stem cells could be the next step in modern science. While the latter outlook comes from the progress made in treating or preventing many conditions or diseases the former, on the other hand, stems from the idea that stem cell research is unethical since it requires the destruction of embryos…

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    Everyone wants live in a safe affordable well planned community with easy access to community amenities and employment. When it comes to planning those communities, landowners, developers, planners, public agencies and municipal councils all play a role in determining future land use. It is also important to ensure that residents have also opportunities to connect with stakeholders and express opinions and concerns regarding future development. Municipal planners are at the heart of community…

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    their homes in Division 3. After the nuclear war ended in 2020, the government of Havenbush divided the country up in three divisions. Division 1, was full of people who were affiliated with the government, they were the only ones with the freedom to legally break the New Amendment. Division 2 was full of middle classed people. Division 2 had a few violators that broke the New Amendment rules, and they were killed by the Sanitizers, robots armed with guns. Lastly, my Division, Division 3, had…

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    can stem cells advance medicine? Par.6). Also, stem cells researches can help understand the development of a human body. By understanding how a human body is created scientist will be able to found new treatments for illness due to abnormal cell division like…

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    Stem cell research is one of the most highly disputed topics today in terms of medical ethics. In a nutshell, stem cells are cells that have the ability to divide for indefinite periods in culture and to give rise to specialized cells. Because of this function, scientists and doctors are inspired to control them and grow them for a multitude of different causes. The main types of stem cell research that are focused on today are adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells, and induced pluripotent stem…

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    Nearly every disease known to man has the capacity to be treated or further understood through knowledge gained in stem cell research. While humans have come far in preventative measures and treatments for many types of disease, there are still many that take people from their families and friends every year. However controversial, stem cell research has greatly improved our understanding of the human body, and it is that research that will finally lead to the demise of the diseases many suffer…

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    flares controversial debates from scientists, religious leaders, politicians, and everyone in between. Embryonic stem cells are stem cells derived from an human embryos that are around five days old and have the ability to reproduce through cell division as well as differentiate into any type of cell (NIH). Embryonic stem cell research has great rewards with the possibilities of cell based therapies and cures of more than ten life altering diseases, but also has great consequences of cell…

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    Holt, Nathalia. "The Case for Fetal-Cell Research." New York Times. 30 Jul. 2015: A.23. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 04 Oct. 2016. (1)This article’s author, a respected microbiologist and celebrated author of Cured: The People Who Defeated HIV, intends to dispel the ethical arguments of the opponents of stem cell research. (2)Holt uses her experiences as a stem cell researcher in the University of South California to explain how fetal cells make their way to the labs, tracing their journey from…

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    Thesis statement: Stem cell therapy has been at the forefront of medical research for many years to benefit human life: they help in organ regeneration when some organs are damaged or lost during accidents, these help in curing most of the genetical and metabolic diseases and they play a vital role in clinical trial phases for new drug discovery. Introduction: As long as humans exist, the need for extensive technology advancements in medical field will be abundant to improve human health…

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    Introduction Stem Cells Significance Stem cells are significant because of the social controversy and medical opportunities. Stem cells are important to the national community through the medical advancements. Stem cells are controversial because using the cells defines when the life of a person begins. Investigation The investigation behind stem cells is important because it can improve people’s quality of life and their lifespan. Stem cells are controversial because christians believe…

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