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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Another Shocking Science Discovery

Honestly, I really don't know too much about Stem Cell Research and all of what it entails, but I do know that they talk a lot about how it can cure diseases. I have heard that it is a very debatable subject with people, and I'm not too sure as to why, since I don't really have much knowledge on it to begin with.

I have been given an opportunity to talk about something I've never heard of. They're saying that there are vital stem cells that are actually in women's menstrual blood. Gross, I know, but who would've thought that there really was a reason for that fun little monthly visitor that us girls have come to love so much.

I think that I feel fortunate that I live in a time where medicine gets to be smarter and smarter and finding things within our own bodies to cure things going wrong with our bodies is amazing. Something that was always right in front of us that was failed to be seen.

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Anonymous Sammy said...

Wikipedia states:

There exists a widespread controversy over human embryonic stem cell research that emanates from the techniques used in the creation and usage of stem cells. Human embryonic stem cell research is controversial because, with the present state of technology, starting a stem cell line requires the destruction of a human embryo and/or therapeutic cloning. However, recently, it has been shown in principle that adult stem cell lines can be manipulated to generate embryonic-like stem cell lines using a single-cell biopsy similar to that used in preimplantation genetic diagnosis that may allow stem cell creation without embryonic destruction.[31] It is not the entire field of stem cell research, but the specific field of human embryonic stem cell research that is at the centre of an ethical debate.

Opponents of the research argue that embryonic stem cell technologies are a slippery slope to reproductive cloning and can fundamentally devalue human life. Those in the pro-life movement argue that a human embryo is a human life and is therefore entitled to protection.

Contrarily, supporters of embryonic stem cell research argue that such research should be pursued because the resultant treatments could have significant medical potential. It is also noted that excess embryos created for in vitro fertilization could be donated with consent and used for the research.

The ensuing debate has prompted authorities around the world to seek regulatory frameworks and highlighted the fact that stem cell research represents a social and ethical challenge.

So basically, it boils down to whether or not you are pro-life or are against human cloning. That is where the controversy lies.

I have my own views on abortion - and I respect those that have theirs - but I cannot fathom protecting something that could potentially save many people that are alive, when there is not a chance for them to form into a viable person. I may be opening a can of worms with my views, but I don't think God would have given us the opportunity to change illnesses and then try to make us feel badly by fixing people through science. I am all for prayer and faith, but they don't perform bone marrow transplants. Science is a gift to us, our way of performing Gods work.

Just my opinion.

Love you, Sammy

July 8, 2008 at 9:28 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...

Great opinion, Sammy! Thanks for sharing.

July 8, 2008 at 9:39 PM  

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