Human embryo experimentation
The potential of embryonic stem cell research to provide treatments for many serious and debilitating diseases has renewed the debate regarding the moral status of the human embryo. Charles Krauthammer, the National Institutes of Health, and others discuss the ethics of human embryo experimentation.
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Human Embryo Experimentation Can Be Morally
Early Human Embryos Are Not Human Beings
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