Issue Essay Works Cited

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Scharar 1 Works Cited Burgin, Eileen. "Deciding on human embryonic stem cell research." Politics & the Life Sciences 28.1 (2009): 3-16. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Web. 2 Oct. 2011. This article focuses on the main debate of human embryonic stem cell research. It breaks down the controversy of ethics that pertain to this certain form of stem cell research. This pertains to my issue essay because it breaks down human embryonic stem cell research while giving pros and cons to the procedures. Catharine G. Clark, et al. "What Undergraduates Misunderstand about Stem Cell Research." International Journal of Science Education 32.17 (2010): 2253-2272. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Web. 2 Oct. 2011. Many students have heard the term stem cell research, but their understanding of what it is and how it can help society is far from exceptional. A break down of students’ beliefs and what alternative research is available can combine to create and improve scientific literacy. There are many common misconceptions about stem cell research. C. Christopher Hook, et al. "The Science and Ethics of Induced Pluripotency: What Will Become
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