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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Pros This is a heated, scientific controversy in the United States between scientists and the general public Destroying Human Life Cloning Humans Cure Diseases Prevent Birth Effects Repair Damaged Organs Acting As God Stroke Traumatic brain injuryLearning defectsAlzheimer's diseaseParkinson's disease Spinal cord injury Amyotrophic lateral- sclerosis Muscular dystrophy Myocardial infarction Baldness Missing teeth Deafness Blindness Wound healing Potential uses of Stem cells Multiple sites:Cancers Crohn's disease OsteoarthritisRheumatoid arthritis Bone marrow transplantation(currently established) Diabetes Government Public When Clinton and Bush were in office,the government did anything it could to prevent human embryonic stem cell research.Policies would not be changed until President Obama stepped into office. He gave NIH new guidelines and criteria concerning human embryonic stem cell research This was the start of funding forhuman embryonic stem cell research. The public's opinion is very complicated anddiverse on the subject of human embryonic stem cell research. Some feel that stem cellresearch should be used for medical researchwhile others feel that it is morally and ethicallywrong. Cons vs. Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research References Cloning. (2015, March 3). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from trauma. (2014, July 17). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from,026 Cross Free Images. (2015, January 1). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from cell treatments.svg. (2015, February 25). Retrieved March 16, 2015,from lip and palate. (2015, January 30). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from crowd of people walking Stock video:. (2015, January 1). Retrieved March 16, 2015,from Capitol during government shutdown. (2014, September 8). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from;_west_side;_Washington,_DC;_2013-10-06.JPGMurugan, V. (2009, September 1). Embryonic Stem Cell Research: A Decade of Debate from Bush to Obama. Retrieved February 25, 2015, from Cell Research. (2015, January 1). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from, M. (2007, December 1). The debate surrounding human embryonic stem cell research in the USA. Retrieved February 25, 2015,from, E., Premji, S., Geransar, R., Orton, N., Thavaratnam, T., & Bennett, L. (2009, January 1). Diversity in Public Views Toward Stem Cell Sources and Policies. Retrieved February 25, 2015, from Png - Viewing Gallery. (n.d.). Retrieved March 16, 2015, from
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