This book presents a collection of articles in which authors debate the ethical and moral questions surrounding stem cell research. Readers will explore the role of the government in stem cell research, and what alternatives might be acceptable to embryonic stem cells. Essay sources include the Stem Cell Research Foundation, George W. Bush, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, and the World Marrow Donor Association. Do stem cell treatments threaten human morality? Will stem cells cure disease? Is U.S. stem cell policy morally inconsistent? Help your readers find the answers with this book.