Embryonic Stem Cell Research from the Baby’s Point of View

by Steve Ray on October 26, 2008

One of the things that irritate me no end is the dishonesty of the media in confusing “adult” stem cell research with “embryonic” stem cell research. They love to say that Catholics–and in the recent situation–that John McCain, oppose “stem cell research.” Notice they use the generic “stem cell research” instead of making the distinction between embryonic and adult stem cells.

Things are said like, “Catholics are against stem cell research–those primitive aborigines! They oppose science and progress.”

What a LIE! The Catholic Church is NOT against stem cell research; it is against EMBRYONIC stem cell research which destroys conceived human life. Adult stem cell research does not! Adult stem cell research is not to be confused embryonic stem cell research. On top of that, adult stem cells have produced much more promising results than embryonic stem cell research. But I doubt the media will tell you that either.

Why does the liberal media confuse the two? Because they want to confuse you! So, start protesting and making sure everyone knows the truth.

Hey, Umbert below understands a bit about embryonic stem cell research.

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marc November 1, 2008 at 3:05 PM

I had never considered the possibility of using a comic for pro-life purposes. It’s given me an idea. Thanks

d April 9, 2015 at 12:53 PM

Yet the author of this article doesn’t feel like it’s misleading to use a fully formed baby to convey their point. The embryos used in embryonic research haven’t reached the fetal stage yet. Oh and they forgot to mention the embryos being used had no chance of living anyway. They’re often the unused or unviable embryos left from in vitro fertilization.

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