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I went to a small catholic high school Holy Redeemer High School in a relatively small town in northeast Pennsylvania I am a catholic myself so I was comfortable there As a school we went to church at least once a month and we prayed at the beginning and ends of school Most of the faculty and student body were catholic too so many of the people at my high school shared the same or similar beliefs It was not until my senior year that I would find out that I had a completely different opinion then many of my classmates and many of my teachers and administrationOne of the major controversies in the twenty-first century society we live in today is the use of stem cells There are two main types of stem cells adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells The controversy is on embryonic stem cells This great debate has been going on since the late 1980s and is still a major topic of discussion today This topic has led to a debate between the scientific community the religious community and even the American government The major issue is where scientists are getting these embryonic stem cells They are taken from the embryos of have been fertilized through in vitro fertilizationAs one of my senior projects for graduation I was given a list of topics to choose from and then write a persuasive essay about the topic I chose One of the topics was the stem cell research controversy By this time I knew I was coming to Drexel to study biomedical engineering so I knew had heard about the stem cell debate and I know that stem cells were related to my area of study so I choose to write about stem cell researchScientific advancement has always caused a great deal of controversy over the course of the history Many great thinkers of past times were considered crazy for their irrational
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