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- Feb 15, 2009
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Bos bgtau camne nak pindah posting ke rumah sebelah.Pada pendapat aku..
Base on apa yg aku baca dan aku lihat..
Jika badan sihat, spike protien ni okay je..
Cuma bila badan x sihat, spike protien akan bawa masalah..
Bos boleh baca sini.Thank you next.
"A human life is nothing compared with a new fact. The aim of Science is the advancement of human knowledge at any sacrifice of human life. If cats and guinnea-pigs can be put to any better use than to advance science, we do not know of what it is. We don't know of any higher use we can put man to." (From "The Independent", New York, 12 December 1895.)
Given these premises we find ourselves facing the following dilemma: can we justify on ethical grounds the deliberate, systematic destruction of a human creature to obtain cell material, even though it is recognised that this is of great interest in fundamental research and for the diagnosis of some human illnesses? In other words, are research and diagnosis of such great value as to jusfify the destruction of human beings? A declaration of the Permanent Committee of Medical Doctors of the European Community and of the World Medical Association, published in November 1985 states:"..... to obtain embryo cells, embryos from spontaneous abortions cannot be used nor can those obtained by means of abortions performed via the vagina: in both cases, the embryo will be contaminated by micro-organisms. The correct way consists in having recourse to Caesarian section or to the removal of the uterus. Only in this way can bacteriological sterility be guaranteed. In either case, then, to obtain embryo cells for culture, a programmed abortion must be adopted, choosing the age of the embryo and dissecting it while still alive to remove tissues to be placed in culture media."
"A human embryo, cannot be considered as laboratory material but rather as a potential human being. The respect which is due to it implies, in consequence, that any research should be subordinated to the Helsinki and Tokyo Declarations, adopted in 1975 by the World Medical Association." Here is an extract:
"Concern for the individual should always prevail over those of Science and Society... The medical doctor has the duty to protect the life and health of persons undergoing biomedical research."
"It does not seem to me", Professor Herranz continues, "that these principles are compatible with programmed abortions carried out to obtain cell cultures. I cannot repudiate this negative view even if the women themselves want a termination and despite the fact that scientific, diagnostic and commercial interests have combined to create a climate of opinion which make it seem desirable. The Geneva Declaration affirms that the doctor has the duty to take the greatest care to safeguard the life of a human being from its conception and will not, even under threat, use his knowledge to infringe humanitarian laws. Human embryos are the weakest members of the human family. They are the object of unjust discrimination in the case of abortion. In contrast to what happens to other minorities that are discriminated against, human embryos have hardly anyone to defend them." (*9)
Bos bgtau camne nak pindah posting ke rumah sebelah.
Sementara tu tlg pindah posting ni ke mega thread.