Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Make Life First.

Glenn Reynolds talks about the potential of (embryonic) stem cells to restore life. Of course embryos are completely capable of completely restoring life -- their own. It doesn't really make sense to destroy life in order to preserve life. However, I think there is a change that can be made to the current embryonic stem cell compromise. I think that we can allow leftover embryos from a fertility process that has already successfully created a living baby to be used, with permission, for embryonic stem cell research. I think we should create embryos only for the process of creating life, and we should destroy embryos for research only if the creation of life is successful.


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