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Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Religion: The Ban on Federal Funding as a Violation of the Establishment Clause
University of Pittsburgh law review
Many Americans die each day from diseases affecting the heart, liver, kidneys, brain and a whole host of other bodily organs. Scientific researchers are constantly trying to develop new treatments for such medical conditions. Presently, the research community is working hard to develop medical treatments using stem cells from human embryos. That process involves extracting stem cells from either excess embryos that are no longer needed for in vitro fertilization or from embryos that are createddoi:10.5195/lawreview.2006.93 fatcat:sfi6j5jfxjeo7hx63xy7ifkjcy