Is Steam Cell Research a Good or Bad Thing and Why?

Question by Wes: Is steam cell research a good or bad thing and why?

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Answer by TychaBrahe
Stem cell research is a good thing so long as women are not required to get pregnant and undergo abortions to generate stem cells.

Fortunately, there are many zygotes that are the result of in vitro fertilization and are not wanted by the biological donors that can be used for this purpose.

For those who say this is immoral, most unwanted fertilized eggs are destroyed. This allows them to be used to better human life.

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