Teleology, embryonic personhood, and stem cell research
Ethics & Medicine 2011 Spring; 27(1): 43-50
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A bill to provide increased Federal funding for stem cell research, to expand the number of embryonic stem cell lines available for Federally funded research, to provide ethical guidelines for stem cell research, to derive human pluripotent stem cell lines using techniques that do not create an embryo or embryos for research or knowingly harm embryos, and for other purposes United States. Congress. Senate (2007-01-23)
Final Report of the National Academies' Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee and 2010 Amendments to the National Academies' Guidelines for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Unknown creator (Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Board on Health Sciences Policy. Division on Earth and Life Studies. Board of Life Sciences. Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee, 2010)
Simonstein, F. (2008-10)While some people claim that the present disagreement over embryonic stem (ES) cell research cannot be resolved, others argue that developing transparency and trust are key elements that could resolve the existing disagreements ...