Embryonic Stem Cell Research Just More “Hope” and “Change”
Told ya so! Adult stem cells are actually successful while embryonic is all “hope” and “change” and no substance or results. What is it about people fixating on promoting scientific research that kills a unique human life and has no evidence of curing anyone? Why has this been a cause celeb?
Is the culture of death that entrenched? Are they doing it just because it is unethical and want to push boundaries? That they want to debase human life to protect their “logic” for abortion, among other agendas?
Kudos to this article for actually talking about adult stem cells – most people don’t realize there is such a thing, that they are actually successful in the real world, and think ALL stem cells are embryonic. They also think Bush made their research illegal when in fact he just banned federal funds (like those from people who are morally opposed to the practice) from paying for it.
Embryonic stem cells have thus far been a failure, cruelly inflating the hopes of people with truly tragic ailments and diseases while activists use their pain and hope to further their own agenda.
This issue has been on the back burner for a while (maybe because there have been no results to crow about) it’s high time the truth is revealed.
…example of many innovative therapies doctors are studying with adult stem cells. Those are stem cells typically taken from bone marrow and blood – not embryos.
For all the emotional debate that began about a decade ago on allowing the use of embryonic stem cells, it’s adult stem cells that are in human testing today. …
“That’s really one of the great success stories of stem cell biology that gives us all hope…
“That gives adult stem cells really a very interesting and potent quality that embryonic stem cells don’t have,”
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