Virtue Ethics and Embryo Donation for Adoption in Stem Cell Research: Ethical Implications and Perspectives

Introduction Stem cells are undifferentiated, primitive cells with the remarkable ability to both multiply and differentiate into specific types of cells (Slevin, 2010). This unique characteristic holds immense promise for medical science, offering the potential to grow specialized cells or tissues for treating various injuries and diseases such as spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s … Read more