World Analysis and Personal Inventory

World Analysis and Personal Inventory
Humans tend to complain and wants things done right when the proximity is narrow but
tend to care less when someone not known or close to them. This is why bioethics remains a
subject of discussion in the scientific discipline. Some of the scientific actions are harmful to
humans and cross the ethical lines; therefore, it is important that safety guidelines are laid so that
they can spell out what is unacceptable. This will result in a degree of decency which sees the
human life respected.
The bioethics concept worldwide will vary because what is considered wrong in a
country might be right in another; therefore, coming up with a global debate on bioethics is
significant to guide stakeholders in creating policies that will govern the scientists and give
sanctity the human life and at the same time not compromising the academic freedom (Kuhse,
Schüklenk, & Singer., 2015).
Most of the areas that are struggling with the bioethical issues include; abortion, and this
should only occur with a specific medical indication which puts the mother’s life at risk. It is the
role of medical professionals to stop illegal abortions and preserve life. Designer babies are also
a controversial field because parents dictate the features they want in their children, and this is
against the role of God in choosing their offspring. It also interrupts the evolutionary process.
Finally, stem cell research might have many benefits, especially in the treatment of genetic
diseases, but still, it possesses bioethical issues. If clear rules and guidelines are put in place to
regulate stem cell research, it is beneficial. Unclear boundaries lead to overboard trials which are
harmful to humans (Ulrich, & Grady., 2018).


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