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Case StudyStem CellsThis argument concentrates on the value of Stem Cells. First off, Stem cells are the earliest of cells that give rise to other types of cells, and have the potential to turn into many different types of tissue. Like Totipotent cells. Totipotent cells are considered the "master" cells of the body because they contain all the genetic information needed to create all the cells of the body, plus the placenta. So in other words, Stem Cell research can go along way to figure out the body's functions, and disease causing illnesses.So the British took in affect that this research is extremely valuable to their country and waist no time in testing their research further. No wonder its said that Europeans are more conservative thinkers than Americans are, that's why they're benefiting from newly developed treatments for Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and diabetes, and even to repair brain cells. Because of their research with stem cells they have gone along way from biotechnology and stepped into the modern world of medicine. This research will give hope not only to people with Parkinson's and their careers, but to many others with long term non-curable diseases and illnesses. This makes me think about my father, he is a hard working man, and unfortunately has diabetes, and has had it for many years. He still today is fighting the battle for treatment, but even that isn't working, and is putting a lot of stress and pain...


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