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In todays society stem cell research creates a division between the possible and impossible of medicine Stem cell research is research that can generate medicine from a cell to cure a specific disease or abnormality It is thought to be the future medicine of this generation because of its reliability It is also believed that stem cells hold the key to incurable diseases because of the sophistication the cell holds by being reprogrammed and retargeted at a certain problem in the body There are however controversies surrounding the theory of cellular medicine because of the fact that we are reprogramming the cell to do a specific purpose There are also legislative and ethical issues because of the fact that science is infiltrating the human genetic make-upStem cells are undifferentiated cells in the human body that have the potential to develop into different types of cells American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Stem cells are the only cell that can do this because they are essentially blank which means the cell can be reprogrammed to do a certain task The most commonly introduced adult stem cell is Mesenchymal cells which generate tendons and cartilage Boston Childrens Hospital There are also other stem cells to do distinguishing feats of certain magnitude Boston Childrens Hospital For example there are certain cells in the body that only grasp certain parts of the body to sustain the natural default setting healthyAccording to Ian Murnaghan Attempts were made to fertilize mammalian eggs outside of the human body and in the early 1900s it was discovered that some cells had the ability to generate blood cells Essentially this means promising breakthroughs during the first trails It also means that scientists found something new they found that the cells could multiply which was unheard of at the time of this study In 1968 the first successfully transplant of bone marrow into a patient that had an immunodeficiency disorder took place Murnaghan Scientist soon
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