I’d never understate these complexities or the strength of the beliefs that guide this conversation, but given my vantage point, I have to say I’m a little frustrated that certain facts have been completely overlooked to sell an agenda.
I share a bit of my frustration in an article published on today’s HuffingtonPost entitled Stem Cell Argument Conveniently Avoids Certain Facts popup: yes. So much of this ethical debate has been around the needless destruction of fertilized eggs, but not necessarily considered the realities of this very technical process. “So my question becomes: why is leaving a human embryo languishing in liquid nitrogen considered preserving the sanctity of human life? And, in contrast, why is using fertilized eggs inevitably destined for destruction to help potentially find a life-saving cure not”?
Check out the article and let me know what you think.
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