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Chichi Udenze WRT 205 Unit 2 3/16/11 Embryonic Stem Cell Research: The Potential Revolutionary Medical Breakthrough and the Controversies that Envelope it We reside in a world where diseases invades, tortures and destroys the lives of those most close to our hearts and those as far away as across the Atlantic Ocean. A world where various infections, bacteria’s and viruses can be extinguished speedily in the bodies of individuals due to fascinating scientific processes, but sadly, become resistant to biological extinguishers and gain excess power, growing to become highly sophisticated pathogens in the body. This begins a new cycle in finding an alternate cure, while thus tormenting the lives of people and leaving scientists and doctors in great awe. In this era of medical advancements, scientists have proposed a theory that could possibly revolutionize the lives of human beings. Embryonic stem cell research is one of the most controversial topics known to man kind. This sensitive and broad topic comprises of various crowds opposing and in support of this potential medical breakthrough. This essay will break down and analyze what embryonic stem cell research is and explore the numerous controversial debates that are attached to its name. Embryonic stem cells are harvested from totipotent (dividing cells) cells of early
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course FIN 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Syracuse.

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