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Stem Cell Research

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Keenan Taylor

on 27 February 2012

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Transcript of Stem Cell Research

Stem Cell Research What is stem cell research Stem cell research is the study of using stem cells to help cure diseases and disabilities. Stem cells are the undeveloped cells of the body that can develop into any specialized cell, tissue, or organ. Ideas to my project. My main idea is to describe what stem cell research is and what stem cells are.
Supporting ideas:
What stem cells do
The two types of stem cells
Pros and cons to stem cell research
Controversy with stem cell research Two Types Of Stem Cells Pros and cons to stem cell research Controversy what do stem cells do? Pros
Can cure diseases
Give further insight into body
Most belive that scientist are exceeding their boundaries on life.
Most stem cells come from unborn fetuses. By:
Kenny Taylor The two types of stem cells are embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. Adult stem cells come from adult cells that never specialized. Embryonic stem cells come from fetuses that are made of stem cells. Stem cells can specialize themselves to be any type of cell in the body. For example, if a man was blind they could inject stem cells into his eyes so he could develop the eye cells he needed to see. One major controversy that comes with stem cell research is that they use unborn fetuses. Some belive that scientist shouldn't use this because it's morally wrong and should wait for other research oppurtunities. Others believe that they should be put to good use. With this going the research can't get much funding. Pictures Sources http://alzheimers.about.com/od/research/a/stem cell.htm

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