Stem cell therapy is a radical new treatment with the potential to restore eyesight and heal injuries. However, many object to its moral implications.
- Stem cells can repair or rebuild damaged tissues or fight disease.
- Embryonic stem cells can be taken from an early embryo either during fertility treatment or by creating a cloned human embryo.
- Embryonic stem cell therapy could revolutionize medical science, as it has the potential to repair heart tissue, treat cancer and repair eyesight.
- There are ethical issues and health concerns surrounding the use of therapeutic stem cells.
Embryonic stem cell therapy is groundbreaking genetic medicine that could dramatically enhance the body's ability to repair itself after injury or disease.
Scientists can make embryonic stem cells by creating a cloned human embryo.
They do this by taking a single cell from the patient, removing its nucleus, and injecting this ...
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