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English, 12.11.2019 09:31, pleasedontspamme

Support stem cell research and give at least three reasons to justify. (prompt: embryonic stem cell research is front page news these days. what is it? it is a proposal to use human embryos to grow stem cells or master cells that form immediately after a human egg is fertilized. the cells are called master or stem, because they can develop into all parts of the body, brain, blood, skin and muscle. the topic is controversial worldwide, with both advocates and opponents ready to expose the benefits and the drawbacks to such research)

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