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03 Aug 2015 

Government Medical Research Compared

In the current age of technological advances, it's important to the world's most influential nation to be in the vanguard of scientific development. Whether it is in communications or in advanced medical technology, the U.S. should be leading the way. With the United States' history full of prominent inventions such as the telephone, the light bulb, and the aeroplane, it is essential to not fall behind in the field of science and technology. Currently, one of the next steps in the survey of medicine is embryonic stem cell research.

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Government Medical Research??

If the government were to set up funded programs, it would put itself in a highly advantageous position. Many other nations have prohibited stem cell research of any type, thus limiting their scientific potential. If American politicians would be prepared to look beyond the initial cries of protest on the part of those who rely on mass media for their information, they would eventually reap the gains that can be gained from the research. Media takes a notoriously capricious approach to anything scientific; choosing what it will endorse and what it will condemn. The American people typically follow suit.

In spite of the controversy surrounding stem cells, politicians and the wider society cannot pretend that the advantages aren't there. Embryonic stem cells have the potential to develop into different cell types in the area of human body, with the capacity to repair damaged cells. There is then a great potential for treating different cancers and other devastating diseases. Many interest groups and medical foundations are working around the clock to strike the cures for these precise ailments.

Scientists are currently devising methods of cultivating embryonic stem cells without any harm to the unborn fetus. This is why the American government needs to finance the research. If they, the government, are in a position to sanction the methods by which stem cells are taken, then the American people would have much less to protest. This would likewise help to prevent illegal cloning, another issue that Americans are concerned about. It is often noted that the government cannot dictate morality. However, they can take steps to encourage it. Scientists might feel less compelled to seek out questionable, less expensive methods. If scientists were to gain access to the facilities and the funding needed for such an endeavor as finding a treatment for cancer, then some of the controversy would be alleviated.

Much more will be achieved by monitoring research, than by halting all progress and pretending that illegal research won't continue. The American government should take steps to fund embryonic stem cell research to find the cures for cancer and other birth defects. This would be beneficial to all of the American people, and eventually the remaining part of the world. All people have America to thank for the airplane, the light bulb, and the telephone, and perhaps in the very near future they'll thank America for the elimination of cancer, and other debilitating or life-threatening diseases.

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