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What is one bioethical concern with using embryonic stem cells for regenerative medicine? Stem cells must always be provided by a donor who is financially compensated. Stem-cell therapy does not have a long history of research and development. Stem-cell therapy results in greater rejection rates than traditional organ transplants. Stem-cell therapy is more invasive than traditional organ transplants. i think it A but not sure

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    give me a sec!

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    I am leaning towards A but I am not 100% sure

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    Actually I am sure that A is the best answer.

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