Faculty mentor: Rebecca Larsen
We discuss the moral standing of embryos created for use in in-vitro fertilization treatments. We argue that they cannot be considered children for two main reasons: they are a cluster of unspecialized cells and haven’t been implanted into a uterus yet. This means that it is ethical to use human embryos for research into human embryonic stem cell treatments.
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