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Mohamadi Z. Stem Cells; Social, Jurisprudential and Legal Approaches. Medical Law Journal. 2008; 1 (3) :69-116
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-439-en.html
Abstract:  

Stem cells are regarded as a colossal development in the m medicine and the deuteron-ranked foremost cataclysm in the medical world after the human genomes which are mused over as one of the chief challenges of the genetic engineering field. Such perusals have instigated some quandaries in the religious, moral and legal subject matters. Such Stem cells are the constituents of the therapeutic cloning and they have been detested by some yet sought after by others. There is a dichotomy on the two extremities of this continuum both in miscellaneous religions jurisprudence and that of Islam. There are some sects who denigrate the utilization of this technology regarding it as the human zygote wrecking which violates humans’ dignity. They are opposed to the prevalence of this cast of astonishing archeological methodology whereas others regard it as a headway contributing to a better apprehension of latent worldwide rituals documented upon the latitudinarianism. They regard this sort of acquiescence based upon the tenets. They believe any anti-latitudinarian has to be substantiated. Lex is one of the chief moot points in the human quandaries and numerous queries have been expounded on account of the correlation of Lex and socio-religious fields. The major argumentative point accentuated upon by the proponents of the aforementioned views is the compatibility of the foregone technology with the conventional system, bona fide ethics, legal support of human’s personality and the pertinent upshots in the simulated cell and the one that is several days old, human’s relationship with his or her own organs, the displacement of the above organs by the pertinent owners, taking advantage of them, and a whole lot of other predicaments which have been delved into in this article in order to deal with some of the extant approaches seeking to happen upon solutions for the aforementioned cases.

Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2007/04/6 | Accepted: 2007/08/24

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