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Do you think new research techniques will quell the moral debate over stem cell research?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on December 16, 2007

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Photo of Jeff Bray

“I wish it would. But when it comes to some people, I think they will always associate stem cell research with killing embryos.”

Photo of Kit Fluker

“I think it depends on the viability of the new techniques, but it should.”

Photo of John Pierce

“Only marginally. I think there will still be some fundamental concerns with the production of new organs from other sources.”

Photo of Diane Deitz

“No. I’m sure someone will come up with another argument against it.”

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jonas 6 years, 4 months ago

Hmmm. . . . a late hit. Sorry faceit, I usually spend my evenings searching for ways to con the government into giving me something for nothing. Well, apparently.

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faceit 6 years, 4 months ago

Jonas, You'll never be a republican...republicans have jobs and contribute to society.

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RETICENT_IRREVERENT 6 years, 4 months ago

jonas, You and your evolutionary ideas...

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jonas 6 years, 4 months ago

Nope, Right to Life Groups and some Republicans tend to need this sort of thing to survive politically, in that they have little else to offer beyond blind moral rhetoric. They'll keep up the fight as long as there's political viability in it.

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