HELP ME WITH HOMEWORK
by raidflacs2k - 11-20-2018, 01:58 PM
#1
Sarah and Brian's daughter Katie gets leukemia (blood cancer) when she is four years old.
She is in urgent need of an organ donor but no one in the family matches.
Therefore, the family decides to provide a child through test tube fertilization.

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ethically (morally correct or wrong)
scientific (research, scientific development)
the sick's perspective (possible rescue)
the new child's perspective (to exist only to help someone else)
religion / life view (the will of God / nature, destiny)

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#2
(11-20-2018, 01:58 PM)raidflacs2k Wrote: Sarah and Brian's daughter Katie gets leukemia (blood cancer) when she is four years old.
She is in urgent need of an organ donor but no one in the family matches.
Therefore, the family decides to provide a child through test tube fertilization.

*Use multiple perspectives Resonate and explain in multiple stages (3)*


ethically (morally correct or wrong)
scientific (research, scientific development)
the sick's perspective (possible rescue)
the new child's perspective (to exist only to help someone else)
religion / life view (the will of God / nature, destiny)

 Answer: 

The organ transplant will not fix the leukemia so it appears to be a waste of time. Leukemia usually begins in bone marrow.
If the current family members are not a match then what makes them think the new child will be?
How do they magically age the new child four years (a newborn's organs cannot be transplanted into a four year old)?
If the new child is healthy, why remove (vital) organs from it in an attempt to heal a kid that is not? Name the new child Katie as well, forget about the old Katie and now you have a new and healthy Katie.
#3
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#4
(11-20-2018, 02:30 PM)1337'1337 Wrote: if a nigger says 123 u say 456

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#5
(11-20-2018, 01:58 PM)raidflacs2k Wrote: Sarah and Brian's daughter Katie gets leukemia (blood cancer) when she is four years old.
She is in urgent need of an organ donor but no one in the family matches.
Therefore, the family decides to provide a child through test tube fertilization.

*Use multiple perspectives Resonate and explain in multiple stages (3)*


ethically (morally correct or wrong)
scientific (research, scientific development)
the sick's perspective (possible rescue)
the new child's perspective (to exist only to help someone else)
religion / life view (the will of God / nature, destiny)

 Answer: 

blood cancer could be cured with modern experimental gene editing 
so no need of test tube baby;
secondly there is no guarantee that baby with be the match
chances are only 1 in 4. 
it is wastage of effort and resources.
#6
(11-21-2018, 01:09 PM)horizonrays Wrote:
(11-20-2018, 01:58 PM)raidflacs2k Wrote: Sarah and Brian's daughter Katie gets leukemia (blood cancer) when she is four years old.
She is in urgent need of an organ donor but no one in the family matches.
Therefore, the family decides to provide a child through test tube fertilization.

*Use multiple perspectives Resonate and explain in multiple stages (3)*


ethically (morally correct or wrong)
scientific (research, scientific development)
the sick's perspective (possible rescue)
the new child's perspective (to exist only to help someone else)
religion / life view (the will of God / nature, destiny)

 Answer: 


blood cancer could be cured with modern experimental gene editing 
so no need of test tube baby;
secondly there is no guarantee that baby with be the match
chances are only 1 in 4. 
it is wastage of effort and resources.

you can make her live for another 10 years through, if her donation matches that is
#7
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(11-21-2018, 01:23 PM)raidflacs2k Wrote:
(11-21-2018, 01:09 PM)horizonrays Wrote:
(11-20-2018, 01:58 PM)raidflacs2k Wrote: Sarah and Brian's daughter Katie gets leukemia (blood cancer) when she is four years old.
She is in urgent need of an organ donor but no one in the family matches.
Therefore, the family decides to provide a child through test tube fertilization.

*Use multiple perspectives Resonate and explain in multiple stages (3)*


ethically (morally correct or wrong)
scientific (research, scientific development)
the sick's perspective (possible rescue)
the new child's perspective (to exist only to help someone else)
religion / life view (the will of God / nature, destiny)

 Answer: 


blood cancer could be cured with modern experimental gene editing 
so no need of test tube baby;
secondly there is no guarantee that baby with be the match
chances are only 1 in 4. 
it is wastage of effort and resources.

you can make her live for another 10 years through, if her donation matches that is

I do not think law allows someone to be killed to theoretically save some.
not really, born infant does not really have enough bone marrow to donate.
There is no guarantee that such transplants will succeed, even if there is a match.
Furthermore in many cases, multiple round of transplant is required before aliment is cured.
Hence chance of being saved is very rare. Biggrin In this case.
#9
XD!! Threaten your teacher then threaten to dox him. Ez No HomeWork xD



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#10
(11-24-2018, 03:08 PM)1337み Wrote: XD!! Threaten your teacher then threaten to dox him. Ez No HomeWork xD



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and then he will be threatened and his parents would be called.

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