The stem cell research is therefore emerging as a promise that has revolutionized the medical science to ensure treatments to many dreaded disease such as Parkinsons disease, cancer, diabetes and neurological as well as metabolic disorders, diseases related to heart, stroke, bone condition, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, as well as conditions like multiple sclerosis. Stem cells could also be grown to become new tissue for use in transplant medicine. Research is being carried out across the world to decipher the underlying genetic and biochemical facts triggering stem cell delineation to new cells capable of repairing distorted tissues and organs. Stem cells pave the way towards understanding of various diseases and syndromes. Stem cells are promising resources to test the drugs and agents (Stem cells: What they are and what they do?).
Originally, the process of extracting stem cells from an embryo was crude and blastocyst cells are removed for stem cells, the procedure sucks the entire blastocyst and resulted in death of the embryo. Considering this to be an ethical perspective, President Bush in 2006 vetoed legislation that would have funded research into new lines of stem cells. Later, with the advent of newer techniques, such as nuclear transfer, stem cells are harvested without damaging the embryo and is utilized to understand the basics of development as well as organogenesis (Understanding Stem Cell).
Considering the benefits that stem cell therapy holds for the living beings and the significance of stem cells in medical science, it is imperative that the ban must be overturned to make the life more contented by means of stem cell