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Miller 1 Robert Miller S. Sneed EN 1113/47 20 February 2008 The Future of Stem-Cell Research There are a lot of different views of stem cell research in the world today. There are many people for the research that would make the world a better place in their eyes. On the other hand, there are people that are against it because they believe it will take away from what the world already has. The contradicting ideas Americans have been in deep debate on whether the limits should be restricted or expanded. I think there should be stem-cell research on embryos. I feel that the research will eventually move away from embryos, therefore keeping more people happy. I think if we as a society can just give the research a little time it will turn out for the better. In the present day research advances and the ability of scientist to find ways to treat diseases has become phenomenal. Therefore, with all this ability of the scientist to make these medical advances, the government is trying to put restrictions on the research that could be the key to cures of deadly diseases. The government is willing to let frozen embryos just sit and be destroyed after a certain period of time, but they will not support the use of these embryos for medical research. According to President Bush, the embryos used for the research are a
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PE 101 taught by Professor Drye during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.

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