A scientific researcher extracts the RNA from embryonic stem cells in a laboratory.(MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)
A scientific researcher extracts the RNA from embryonic stem cells in a laboratory.
(MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

The Plain Truth About Human Embryo Stem Cell Research

 

Anyone interested in news has heard something about embryonic stem-cell (esc) research. Prior to Aug. 9, 2001, when U.S. President George W. Bush made a public statement summarizing his position to prevent government funding of esc research, it was an uncommon topic in the media. From the time of the president’s address until now, embryonic stem-cell research has become a political football.

Human embryonic stem-cell research is the practice of “harvesting” cells from a fertilized or cloned human embryo. Harvesting the stem cells destroys any opportunity for that embryo to develop and be born.

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