Stem Cell discoveries give hope and promise to human health and longevity. Some have questioned the ethics of stem cell use to prolong life, regenerate body parts, and maintain human health for religious reasons. Not everything is as cut and dry, and these cells only work as well as they have been programmed and they can be hijacked quite easily and cause other problems in the event the individual has a diseased area where they are injected or even a cancer.
In fact there was a very interesting article recently in “Positive Futurist – Cutting Edge News and Information Covering Science, Technology, and the Evolving World” which was published on May 10, 2011 titled; “Future of Healthcare: Stem Cells, Genetics, Remote Monitoring” by Dick Pelletier.
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