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Stem cells, however, are already used extensively in research, and some scientists do not see cell therapy as the first goal of the research, but see the investigation of stem cells as a goal worthy in itself. <ref>{{cite web | author = Wade N | title = Some Scientists See Shift in Stem Cell Hopes | publisher = New York Times | url=http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/14/washington/14stem.html | date=2006-08-14 | accessdate=2006-12-28}}</ref>.
 
==Kontroversi panalungtikan sél sirung==
==Controversy surrounding stem cell research==
TherePanalungtikan existssél asirung widespreadtéh controversyti overanggalna stemmula cellteu researchweléh thatdirungrum emanatesku fromkontroversi, theutamana techniquesmah useddina intéhnis thenyipta creationjeung andmigunakeun usagesél ofsirungna. stem cells.Panalungtikan [[Embryonicsél stemsirung cellémbrionik]] research is particularly controversial because, with the present state of technology, starting a [[stem cell line]] requires the destruction of a [[embryo|human embryo]] and/or [[therapeutic cloning]]. Opponents of the research argue that this practice is a [[slippery slope]] to [[reproductive cloning]] and tantamount to the [[instrumentalization]] of a [[human being]]. Contrarily, medical researchers in the field argue that it is necessary to pursue embryonic stem cell research because the resultant technologies are expected to have significant medical potential, and that the embryos used for research are only those meant for destruction anyway (as a product of [[invitro fertilisation]]). This in turn, conflicts with opponents holding an [[anti-abortion]] stance, who argue that an embryo is a human being and therefore entitled to dignity even if legally slated for destruction. The ensuing debate has prompted authorities around the world to seek regulatory frameworks and highlighted the fact that stem cell research represents a [[social]] and [[ethical]] challenge.-->
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There exists a widespread controversy over stem cell research that emanates from the techniques used in the creation and usage of stem cells. [[Embryonic stem cell]] research is particularly controversial because, with the present state of technology, starting a [[stem cell line]] requires the destruction of a [[embryo|human embryo]] and/or [[therapeutic cloning]]. Opponents of the research argue that this practice is a [[slippery slope]] to [[reproductive cloning]] and tantamount to the [[instrumentalization]] of a [[human being]]. Contrarily, medical researchers in the field argue that it is necessary to pursue embryonic stem cell research because the resultant technologies are expected to have significant medical potential, and that the embryos used for research are only those meant for destruction anyway (as a product of [[invitro fertilisation]]). This in turn, conflicts with opponents holding an [[anti-abortion]] stance, who argue that an embryo is a human being and therefore entitled to dignity even if legally slated for destruction. The ensuing debate has prompted authorities around the world to seek regulatory frameworks and highlighted the fact that stem cell research represents a [[social]] and [[ethical]] challenge.-->
 
==Hambalan penting dina panalungtikan sél sirung==
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