Table of contents for Fundamentals of the stem cell debate : the scientific, religious, ethical, and political issues / edited by Kristen Renwick Monroe, Ronald B. Miller, and Jerome S. Tobis.


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Introduction: Framing the Controversy                           I
Kristen Renwick Monroe, Ronald B. Miller,
and Jerome S. Tobis
i. Stem Cells                                                    1o
Peter J. Bryant and Philip H. Schwartz
z. Therapeutic Uses of Stem Cells                                37
Philip H. Schwartz and Peter J. Bryant
3. Ethical Issues in Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research          6z
Philip J. Nickel
4. Religious Perspectives on Embryonic Stem Cell Research        79
Mahtab Jafari, Fanny Elahi, Saba Ozyurt, and Ted Wrigley
5. Political Issues in the Stem Cell Debate:
The View from California                                      95
Lawrence S. B. Goldstein
6. Roots and Branches of the U.S. National Debate on
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research                           Io8
Lee L. Zwanziger
7. Stem Cell Politics: The Perfect Is the Enemy of the Good     134
Sidney H. Golub
8. Ethical Issues in Stem Cell Research, Therapy, and Public Policy  146
Ronald B. Miller
Epilogue                                                     197
Kristen Renwick Monroe and Ted Wrigley
Contributors                                                 z03



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Embryonic stem cells Research Moral and ethical aspects United States, Embryonic stem cells Research Religious aspects, Embryonic stem cells Research Political aspects United States, Embryonic Stem Cells United States, Biomedical Research ethics United States, Human Experimentation ethics United States, Public Policy United States