Embryonic Stem Cell: What Can It Cure?
Everyone grows old. No one knows exactly when they will lose their memory due to old age and the diseases that may soon follow. Embryonic stem cells (ESC) research proven time and time again, that it can help with memory loss from diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s. Restrictions on embryonic stem cells (ESC) research should be lifted around the world because the research has made tremendous progress to cure multiple diseases, aid in the recovery of spinal injury, and human ESC being used by scientist were going to be discarded. ESC research restrictions should be lifted as long as obtaining the ESC does not harm the female carrying the embryos.
Joannides and Chandran explain that despite ESC’s ability to reproduce into any cell that is needed, Scientists cannot use ESC as a “one size fits all” for every cell type and expect miracles. The ESC cells must be “custom made” into healthy cells. “Application of Embryonic Stem Cells on Parkinson’s Disease Therapy” discusses research scientists performs using human ESC on animals. The outcome proves “the method is capable of relieving symptoms and offers a real approach for cell replacement in regenerative disease in the future.” (20) Scientist from North Western University just outside of Chicago used human embryonic stem cells in order to create batches of human brain cells that may aid in finding drugs to slow the progression of Alzheimer disease. Parkinson disease and Alzheimer disease share hope of becoming curable or through human ESC research however that cure may never be found as long as scientist around the world are kept under the microscope with restrictions.
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