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2012 febuary 13 stem cell information stem cells and

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(2012, Febuary 13). Stem Cell Information: Stem Cells and Diseases . Retrieved from http://stemcells.nih.gov/info/health.asp. Fox, Maggie. (2011). Judge Rules in Favor of Obama Administration on Stem Cells. CongressDaily , 06-06. Panno, J. (2005). Medical Applications. In J. Panno, Stem Cell Research : Medical Applications and Ethical Controversy (pp. 34-50). Facts on File science library. Power, Carl- Rasko,John E.J. (2011). Promises and Challenges of Stem Cell Research for Regenerative Medicine. Annals of Internal Medicine , 706-713. Siegel, Andrew. (2008, December). Ethics of Stem Cell Research . Retrieved from http://plato.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/encyclopedia/archinfo.cgi?entry=stem-cells.
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Peer Review 8 Szabo,Liz. (2012). Stem cells help regrow damaged heart tissue. USA TODAY , 09-09. Warren, Richie. (2011). Victory for stem-cell research: Court backs Obama's guidelines. Christian Science Monitor , 01-01. Here’s the suggested improved version of the paper as per the comments and suggestions posted above.
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Peer Review 9 Assignment 3: Persuasive Paper Part 1: A Problem Exists May 6, 2012
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Peer Review 10 Stem Cell Research: A Problem Exists I chose to write about stem cell research because of two things: first, I feel very strongly about the topic and second, many people don’t understand the process and benefits of this medical and scientific discovery. I am hoping that with this paper, people will come to appreciate and value this medical breakthrough. Through stem cell research, qualified physicians have been able to devise effective treatments for previously terminal patients. So ask yourself; why let so many obstacles stand in the way of this emerging field of medical science? Stem cell research has had amazing results in the medical community. It has proven to be vital in treating many different ailments in patients such as spinal cord injuries, serious burns, cancer, diabetes, heart diseases, birth defects, and Parkinson’s disease, just to name a few (Szabo,Liz,
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Peer Review 11 2012). Before clinical trials were stopped due to ethical issues, outstanding results were being realized through stem cell research and the pros definitely outnumbered the cons. For instance, if a fetus does not live long enough to be born, shouldn’t something good become of it by providing help to individuals in need? Major advancements were being made by scientists in 1998, when they discovered that cells within the seven day old embryos had the remarkable ability to restore and repair damaged tissues (Bethesda, MD: National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2012). Unfortunately, religious organizations, Congress, and some other public officials have said that stem cell research is unethical. Hence, Congress passed an act that caused the drastic halt in the development and study of such procedures and demanded that the human embryos be destroyed. They failed to see that all one has to do is to study and analyze the vast amount of information on the subject, and then ask themselves which is more unethical: to let a
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