Nazi Medical Experiments Stem Cell Research

Nazi Medical Experiments Stem Cell Research

… policy on cloning and its related technologies.
Despite the testimony of respected researchers who spoke about the medical benefits of cloning and stem cell research, the NBAC eventually followed the lead of most other European countries. In 1997, the NBAC concluded its report by calling for a moratorium on federal …

… to ban human cloning (NBAC 1997).
More recently, President George W. Bush banned federal funding for stem cell research, except for already existing embryonic stem cell lines. The ban effectively served to stop the creation of new embryonic stem cells (Kass 2002).
This paper is a critical survey of the …

… the possibilities for curing diseases, helping infertile parents and same-sex couples and providing organs for transplant. This section examines these arguments in detail.
Medical Arguments
For writer Ronald Bailey, cloning technology is the foundation for “research that could find cures for cancer, genetic diseases …damaged hearts, livers, and brains …

… and Human Dignity’s website: http://www.cbhd.org/resources/overviews/stemcell.html

Center for Biotethics and Human Dignity (2001). “Human Embryos and Stem Cell Research: An Appeal for Legally and Ethnically Responsible Science and Public Policy.” Retrived 4 April 2003 from www.stemcellresearch.org.

Devitt, Terry (2002). “Stem cell …

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