Embryonic Stem Cell Research - Outline

Embryonic Stem Cell Research - Outline - Ashley Maier WRA...

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Ashley Maier WRA 110 11/12/07 Embryonic Stem Cell Research Outline I. Introduction II. Overview of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Science a. What are stem cells? b. Where do they come from? c. What are the uses of stem cells? III. Research a. How is the research conducted? IV. Ethical Issues a. Extracting Stem Cells b. Past Research c. Embryo Adoption d. Ignoring the Real Problem e. Other Methods V. Who Should Decide? a. Persons who furnish the eggs and sperm that become the blastocyst b. Physician, for example the infertility doctor, or share role c. Stem cell researcher d. Government e. Bioethicists a. Arguments For i. Cell Replacement Therapies 1. Embryonic cell research is said to be the most probable and quickest way to attain therapies due the undifferentiated nature of the stem cells. ii. Understanding Cell Specialization 1. Studying human pluripotent stem cells can lead to the identification of factors responsible for differentiation of
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Embryonic Stem Cell Research - Outline - Ashley Maier WRA...

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