A cells provide new cells for the body

A stem cell is a cell with the unique ability to develop into specialised cell types in the body. In the future they may be used to replace cells and tissues that have been damaged or lost due to disease. Our body is made up of many different types of cells , Most cells are specialised to perform particular functions, such as red blood cells that carry oxygen around our bodies in the blood, but they are unable to divide.

Stem cells provide new cells for the body as it grows, and replace specialised cells that are damaged or lost. They have two unique properties that enable them to do this: They can divide over and over again to produce new cells. As they divide, they can change into the other types of cell that make up the body. The positives or “ pros” of conducting cell Stem cell research can potentially help treat a range of medical problems. It could lead humanity closer to better treatment and possibly cure a number of diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Birth defects, Heart Diseases, Stroke and Diabetes (Type 1), etc. By studying the very foundation of human growth, stem cells, in depth, scientists have been able to gain a much better understanding of how our bodies work. This is vital for advancing medicine, medical processes, and even cures for degenerative illnesses.

Stem cells are the key to regenerative processes, which could possibly be age reversal. By reviving organs in our body that have become old or worn out, you could essentially live forever or at least greatly prolong the lives of humans and i think that’s kinda cool. There is endless potential for scientists to learn about human growth and cell development from studying stem cells.

The disadvantages/negatives. Some argue that stem cell research in the far future can lead to knowledge on how to clone humans. It is hard to say whether this is true, but we have seen devastating consequences of other research-programs, even with good intentions, such as nuclear research. There can be side effects and they can be unknown too, Since stem cells are still in their research phase, the true long term effects of their use is not known or understood. Using them could cause new illnesses and disease to develop, or even interfere with the natural functions of the body. Others think its like playing with god, The moral argument is another big one when it comes to this topic.

Many people believe that altering the basic structure of a human’s genes is putting hands somewhere they should not be. The moral issue is the most frequently argued. People don’t like the whole cloning issue, Cloning is the process of making an exact genetic copy of a living organism. Stem cell research also aids the research into human cloning. Human cloning has been widely reviewed as a detriment to society with many negative benefits. I am kinda both but i’m more on the u should side on stem cell research but if your against it this is what i would say, it is messing/playing with god, Many people believe that altering the basic structure of a human’s genes is putting hands somewhere they should not be.

and it can cause unknown side effects, it can cause new illnesses and interfere with body functions. But i also kinda like it because it can help diseases and probably cure them, who would like to clone a human organism, me and it would be cool to reverse age or stay at a age. Also it can cure defects before it happens so that’s very good, Stem cell research doesn’t just benefit the people walking around the earth, but also the ones that haven’t been born yet. The effects of these cells on embryos could change the way that birth defects are treated. In conclusion , even though people say it is not ethical or right to do stem cell research, scientist should continue using stem cells because the embryos that are already aborted should be used for something that is going to be useful for us. Furthermore, scientist would have more jobs because research companies will  hire more scientist to be researching stem cells and that can benefit the greater society in so many ways.

If we continue to do stem cell research, then we could save or help people with diseases that we yet haven’t found a cure for. If you had a family member that was going through suffering because of a disease wouldn’t you want to save their lives ? Well stem cells just might be the answer. The end