At the turn from our bedroom into the hallway, there is an old full-length mirror in a wooden frame. I can’t help but catch a glimpse of myself as I pass. Turning fully toward the glass, I consider what I see. This reflected version of myself, wet, shaking, rumpled, pinched, and slightly stooped, would be alarming were it not for the self-satisfied expression pasted across my face. I would ask the obvious question, “What are you smiling about?” but I already know the answer: “It just gets better from here.” — from Always Looking Up
- “What are you smiling about?”
In this book, we will look at the various types of ethical issues questions about what is good and what is bad that stem cell research poses. We’ll look at current issues as well as issues that are likely to arise in the future as treatments are developed, in the United States and worldwide.