It can take as long as 15 years and 5 billion dollars to convert findings into treatments. In the beginning stages of the formation of the Susan G. Komen foundation research was used to understand breast cancer. Once they understood the disease more fully they were able to invest more. The more they understood the more they could invest which led to better treatment options, early detection, and breast cancer prevention. The Susan G. Komen foundation has evolved in ways that has led to new therapy and prevention that they didn’t have 30 years ago.
Firstly, eugenics violates humanity and kills human diversity. Eugenics allow the engineering of the genetic material of a fetus to prevent negative heredity thus the health condition of the child can be improved. Yet, some scientists use eugenics as a tool try to change the genetic makeup, for instance, the skin color, IQ, blood type etc. in order to create a better person and fulfill the need of the society. Once the fetus was checked illness or disable, it was then immediately killed.
An act of direct and willingness to spare a prenatal was always a serious sin or immoral act against God by virtue of it’s a gift from heaven. This basis came from the Catholic Church Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. Method for obtaining embryonic stem cell that result in the death of the prenatal was gravely immoral, regardless of how the embryo's life begins. Kaufman (2001) “There was definitely a dark side to stem cell research and therapy, however there was hope. This hope maybe intricate to reach yet it’s there.” Stem Cell causes numerous consequences for, it was not reliable and this should undertake deeper studies on the other hand this was the only hope for the person suffering from diseases.
Gene therapies that are specified for in vitro fertilized embryos are known as reproductive technologies. Reproductive technologies involves specific procedures that are not that new to science but are causing a whole new debate as to morality of the procedures. In vitro fertilization and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis are types of reproductive technologies that are frequently used. The part that is causing the debate is people are thinking the use of these technologies will lead to unnecessary procedures on in vitro fertilized embryos. The unnecessary procedures would consist of changing the eye, hair, or skin color of the child.
They believe that the universe was instinctive through an interstellar accident. This results in the disbelieving of a creator or higher power to which they give reason. In conclusion they have no definitive reason for any action to be morally right or wrong. The view of evolutionists’ against euthanasia can be seen as a form of evolution. The children that are granted euthanasia are seen as vulnerable and this contributes to the assumption of this process being evolution.
Immortality of Frankenstein Recent advances in science have raised the question of morality in the world. How far will scientists go before experiments are deemed immoral? The novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, raises a question regarding the line between morality and immorality of scientific advances. Are such advances advantages or disadvantages? In fact, the novel Frankenstein reveals the immorality of the scientific advances of creating artificial life beyond the laws of nature.
Five pathways of exchange have been identified between the amniotic space and the surrounding tissues (see Figure 1). Production of AF is predominately accomplished by excretion of fetal urine (300 ml/kg fetal weight/day or 600 to 1200 ml/day near term) and the secretion of oral, nasal, tracheal, and pulmonary fluids (60 to 100 ml/kg fetal weight/day). (16) Fetal breathing movements contribute to the efflux of lung fluid into the AF, but about half of the effluent is swallowed rather than entering the AF. While volume changes with each fetal breath are small, < 100 beats/min): Use direct laryngoscopy, intubate, and suction the trachea immediately after delivery. Suction for no longer than 5 seconds.
Leukemia is the most common children cancer (Cancer.org). Treatment for Leukemia relies on early research in mice. 25 years ago, children with Leukemia had a 70% probability of dying on the next 5 years, but thanks to animal research, children have an 80% chance of surviving (Understanding Animal Research-Leukemia). The most important step in finding treatment is understanding how Leukemia develops. One of the treatments for Leukemia is chemotherapy, and animals had a really important role in the creation of this.
healthcare providers and laboratories to report all diagnosed cases. In the first reporting, aproximately 6,000 measles-related deaths were reported each year. Before 1963 when a vaccine became available, nearly all children got measles were 15 years of age. It is estimated that 3 to 4 million people in the United States were infected each year. An estimated 48,000 were hospilalised, 4,000 suffered and 400 to 500 people died from measles each year.
Another inconvenience is absence of quality variety. Characteristic generation guarantees a blend of diverse qualities bringing about remarkable people. Alan Boyle stated that, although, the cloned offspring shares the genetic blueprint of the original, contained within nuclear DNA, researchers say different variables would make the clone not quite the same as its parents. This statement proved that cloning has lack of gene variation. Although cloning it has non beneficial it should not be banned.
The embryonic stem cells pose many ethical issues. In order to produce embryonic stem cells, scientists need to disassemble the embryo. Since embryos have a potential to develop into a human baby and its status should be considered as a life, many religious groups contradict against the embryonic stem cell research. The reason why religious groups contradict against the abortion is similar, as it is “murdering” a life. Also, some countries in the world are currently banning the embryonic stem cell research due to ethical reasons.
In relation to the idea of using eugenics to increase mankind’s intelligence, who would have the authority to decide which people are smart enough to reproduce and which aren 't? In cases of disability, who would have the authority to prohibit a mother from giving birth to a child with autism, down syndrome, or asperger