I was lidtening to NPR yesterday and they were talking about Obama signing the thing to allow for embrionic stem cell funding. They were saying that this frees us up to partner with Britain in their ongoing research. I guess Britain has cured blindness in multiple animals and the US wants to work with them to start human trials by 2011. So my question is for those of you that are against embrionic stem cell use, if your child became blind and they were able to cure your child, would you do the treatment or would your beliefs stop you from curing your child? No judgement from me, I just wondered.Answer Question
Answer by Fiveofakind2 at 10:20 AM on Mar. 10, 2009
I personally disagree with destroying an embryo for any reason. It is a baby, plain and simple. There are actually many other ways that are more reliable for research and aren't as immoral. There are hundreds of other options but they are a little more expensive. The stem cell research on an embryo is actually very unreliable and none consistent. I am all for stem cell research, just not that of the embryo.
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