Adams, David S.
The use of stem cells to treat a wide range of injuries and degenerative diseases is currently one of the most exciting topics in the medical and scientific worlds. The potential for success of this type of treatment seems extremely promising, however moral and ethical opposition has impeded the advancement of stem cell research. This paper touches upon the various types of stem cells, their applications, as well as the ethical and legal issues surrounding this topic.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Interactive Qualifying Project
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Biology and Biotechnology