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Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby Oxy- » Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:25 pm

I think every 1 already knows this :|

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby Ureysoo » Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:44 pm

Off the topic --- (Sorry, Fah)....

I seriously started 2 doubt every medicine, and approaches the so called health centers take 2 cure one's syndrome. let alone the bogus scientific researches. Not long ago, I stumbled upon an article clarifying that the symptoms of HIV is not necessary right, and the HIV-Negative and Positive signs are primarily dependent on the symptoms. A number of HIV-positive patients were watched closely, and some of the illness indicators disappeared after a while, and some of them led long lives (and still living) despite the claimed disease.

The other one was Alzheimer, which can be cured with a Vitamin. However, the hospitals and health centers compiled the patients 2 undergo excessive curing-procedures and spend on money-consuming irrelevant medicines...

We are deprived of our simple rights -- "correct info. in regard 2 illness and the medicines"....

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby FAH1223 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:04 pm

Oxy- wrote:I think every 1 already knows this :|


i didnt :up:

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby SummerRain » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:05 pm

This is a conflicting issue for me. :cry:

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby Xamari_76 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:26 pm

Why were previous administrations opposed to this..because its unethical when it comes to religion?..and is it haram in Islam.

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby peace- » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:33 pm

Xamari_76 wrote:Why were previous administrations opposed to this..because its unethical when it comes to religion?..and is it haram in Islam.

it's not xaram in islam

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

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peace- wrote:
Xamari_76 wrote:Why were previous administrations opposed to this..because its unethical when it comes to religion?..and is it haram in Islam.

it's not xaram in islam



since when are u a sheikh?

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby peace- » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:43 pm

ms.naliaa wrote:
peace- wrote:
Xamari_76 wrote:Why were previous administrations opposed to this..because its unethical when it comes to religion?..and is it haram in Islam.

it's not xaram in islam



since when are u a sheikh?

see i dont need a shiekh to interprete things for me and i dont need one to think on my behalf.
i read the qu'ran and sunna here and there and make judgements for myself.

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Re: Stem Cells prospects of cure for these diseases

Postby FAH1223 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:50 pm

Xamari_76 wrote:Why were previous administrations opposed to this..because its unethical when it comes to religion?..and is it haram in Islam.


Bush was opposed to it because he is a conservative and the movement that thrust him into power are all ultra-conservative pro lifers who don't want to compromise anything with regard to potential life or w/e

in islam its permissible but there are limits

According to the Sharî'ah we should make a distinction between actual life and potential life. Also we should make a clear distinction between the fertilized ovum in the dish and the fertilized ovum in the womb of its mother. Indeed an embryo is valuable. It has the potential to grow into a human being, but it is not yet a human being. Similarly there is big difference in having something in a test tube or dish or something in the body of a human being. As mentioned above these embryos were developed initially in the laboratory solely for the sake of reproduction and, due to limitations of the in vitro fertilization technique, they were produced in excess of what was required for this purpose. As a result, the remaining embryos would have either been frozen indefinitely or destroyed. If these embryos were treated as full human, it would have been forbidden to produce them in excess and to destroy them later. No one treats them as humans. Destroying such embryos is not called and cannot be called abortion. We disagree with the Catholic position that this is “equivalent to infanticide”.

Muslim jurists have made a clear distinction between the early stages of pregnancy (first 40 days) and its later stages. It is mentioned that if someone attacks a pregnant woman and aborts her baby in the early stages of her pregnancy, that person’s punishment will be less than that of the person who does that during full pregnancy. And if he kills the child after the birth, then he is liable to be punished for homicide.

The second question is whether according to the Sharî'ah it is acceptable to destroy an embryo for the sake of research, even if this research can potentially cure many otherwise fatal diseases?

Our answer is that the embryo in this stage is not human. It is not in its natural environment, the womb. If it is not placed in the womb it will not survive and it will not become a human being. So there is nothing wrong in doing this research, especially if this research has a potential to cure diseases. However, it is important that we establish strict rules against the misuse of embryos. Research on embryos has the potential for misuse, for instance in regards to the donors of these cells, and we should anticipate what these misuses might be and establish safeguards against them. (For example, doctors might have infertility patient go through extra cycles of ovulation just so they can obtain more embryos, or they might pay women to produce embryos, or embryos might be obtained without the consent of the donors). In making rules the authorities should also clarify that there is a difference between the use of “spare” embryos from in vitro fertilization procedures which would be destroyed regardless, as compared to the deliberate production of embryos for stem cell research. Each year thousands of embryos are wasted in fertility clinics around the world. Such embryos should not be wasted, they should be used for research.


http://www.crescentlife.com/wellness/st ... ective.htm


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