Defination and use of stem cell, Biology

Stem cell research has been promoted as a future medical cure-all for a host of diseases, including Alzheimer's and diabetes, as well as a potential breakthrough for organ replacement. Yet, detractors of this scientific research argue the research, harvesting, and/or destruction of stem cells is immoral and ethically suspect.

What is your critical stance on stem cell research and its possible social implications?

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