The Laura Dominguez Story
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reprinted from Stem Cell Research Facts
What are stem cells anyway?
Stem cells, put simply, are the building blocks of life. When you were conceived, your body was entirely made up of stem cells. Stem cells can replicate indefinitely, and ca...
The concept of establishing legal Personhood for all humans from fertilization to natural death would create the legal protection needed to stop the experimentation on humans at the embryonic level. E...
When Does Human Life Begin?
Resolving the question of when human life begins is critical for advancing a reasoned public policy debate over abortion and human embryo research.
Overview of the Stem Cell Issue
The Cornell scientists put a fluorescent gene, taken from a jellyfish, into single-celled human embryos. These human embryos had three sets of chromosomes instead of two.
We live in an age of increasing disregard for the value of human life. The youngest members of our society are viewed as a commodity for use in research and for the development of possible cures for various diseases.
What is parthenogenesis? Parthenogenesis is a process (sometimes referred to as a "virgin birth") in which an embryo is created solely from a female oocyte without any genetic contribution from a male.
"Ethical" Embryonic Stem Cell Research?
In an attempt to cool the debate, some researchers have offered imaginative new ways to obtain embryonic stem cells without the necessary step of destroying living human embryos.