The Specificity Of The Rules Of The Right To The Infallibility Of The Body Within The Scope Of Stem Cell Research

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Sadkhan Madhloom Bahedh Alabid


The pattern of civil life growth, arising from the ever-increasing diversity of human wants and requirements in all parts of life, required his choices at various levels to keep pace in their variables with those demands and to always demand to satisfy them and accomplish the best in their scope. For two reasons, medical sciences lie at the heart of this notion. Using a person's life to heal and correct physical, psychological, and emotional harm caused by illnesses, immune weakness, or injury to one of his organs  and The second reason is that progress has made medical science a fertile field for implementing these options, beginning with plastic surgery and orthodontics as a starting point related to the human body, and progressing to his desires classified as luxury in determining the most beautiful of appearance and the most appropriate form and stature, and achieving the same phase at the most accurate and deep levels represented The legal world witnessed a debate between those who opposed it, clinging to the body's protection and infallibility, and those who supported it, claiming that stem cell research and regenerative treatments are the ones that perpetuate and enhance the body's infallibility and supreme human value, which must be directed toward achieving all capabilities. And stem cell studies with readable and scientifically proven benefits are a basic requirement and an important resource in achieving a practical concept of this infallibility in the human body and its needs, represented by opening a broad horizon in studies, research, and regenerative medicine that can determine a better life for the human being by treating his diseases and compulsive behaviors.As a result, this study uses the contradictory concept of the body's infallibility, which is represented by the idea of the body's infallibility, to establish that infallibility and man's love for his life in his body, as well as all of his mental and psychological components, is what calls for adherence to all medical sciences directed to his service, and among those sciences and there    

Methods: The research methodology was based on the analysis of scientific concepts in the context of stem cells, as well as the study of the balance between benefits and harms, as well as their approach with the idea of scientific research freedom, in order to determine the specific features of the effects of the right to infallibility of the body, as well as the dimensions of those legal effects in their present, present, and future dimensions. 

Findings: I depended on my own money to pay the study, and some unknown persons have mailed me a lot of materials relevant to the issue of stem cells, for which I am grateful.


 The study intends to achieve the following objectives in this research                                                Understanding the idea of the body's infallibility in the context of medical research in general, and then allocating it according to the stem cell's perspective on the same concept (the infallibility of

  The body)

  • Treating the idea of scientific research freedom within the context of allowing research and forms of regenerative treatment in stem cells as an idea that can be relied on within the scope of research in any scientific field as long as it is based on the realization of benefit for the human being and the needs of his life that arise from time to time.

  • Investigating the legal ramifications of the idea of infallibility in the context of stem cells.

  • Predicting these controllers' future vision in order to get at the finest organizational alternatives in general medical sciences, based on stem cell research and its practical advantages.

  • Development of research stages that lead to conclusions and suggestions. A suggested legal system as a regulatory framework for stem cells in their research, therapeutic role, and future possibilities, based on a textual legislative formulation.

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Alabid , S. M. B. . (2022). The Specificity Of The Rules Of The Right To The Infallibility Of The Body Within The Scope Of Stem Cell Research . BiLD Law Journal, 7(3s), 292–304. Retrieved from