While this bill places no restrictions on embryonic stem cell research – indeed, does not mention such research one way or the other – pan believes that this much-needed additional funding for promising medical research must be rejected because it does not include stem cells obtained by destroying embryos. Research involving stem cells derived from human embryos should be permitted in ireland in certain circumstances, a new report is to recommend stem cells are basic cells that can multiply and generate into specialised cells, tissues and even organs. Research involving stem cells derived from human embryos should be permitted in ireland in certain circumstances, a new report is to recommend stem cells are basic cells that can multiply and generate into specialised cells, tissues and even organs this offers researchers great potential in. In the case of embryonic stem cell research, it is impossible to respect both moral principlesto obtain embryonic stem cells, the early embryo has to be destroyed this means destroying a potential human life.
Stem cells: looking towards the future this may seem like a unreligious view, but stem cell research is neccesary for our future just think of all the people who are suffering, and how we could lessen that pain.
But embryonic stem cell research could lead to the discovery of new medical treatments that would alleviate the suffering of many people so which moral principle should have the upper hand in this situation. Therefore, embryonic stem cells should be an important part of stem cell research even if induced pluripotent cells can replace embryonic cells in the future, the knowledge gained from current embryonic cell research would still be very applicable. Last year, president bush cast the first veto of his presidency when congress tried to ease the restriction on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research following the recent passage by both houses of congress of the stem cell research enhancement act of 2007, which would permit federal.
Stem cell research should be allowed apr 23, 2008 according to the irish times, the report from the irish council for bioethics recommends that embryonic stem cell research should be allowed in certain circumstances, but only under the strict condition of informed consent from the embryo donor.