Should We Use Stem Cells for Research?

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This is Ken Ham, an author of the best-selling series, The New Answers Books .

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Stem cells are cells that haven’t specialized yet. Now, they can become a heart cell, a nerve cell, or any other kind of cell. They’re very valuable for research.

There are two kinds of stem cells—adult and embryonic.

Now, adult stem cells can come from any human being outside the womb, regardless of age. Embryonic stem cells come from unborn human embryos. In order to harvest these cells, a living human being, a tiny embryo, must be destroyed.

In the hopes of curing disease, scientists have killed many unborn human beings, made in God’s image. This murder by abortion in the name of science should not continue.

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