Stem cell research is a promising new field of biomedical research that has the potential to provide effective treatments for devastating diseases and injuries. Stem cell research, on the other hand, has proven to be a political, ethical, social, and legal minefield, posing difficulties for regulatory agencies, policymakers, and scientists as they navigate a convoluted web of regulations and moral arguments. In medicine, scientific investigation of moral issues plays a significant role. Since the beginning of this field of research, stem cell research has always been accompanied by complex and, in some cases, highly contentious ethical concerns. It is critical to hold these arguments in a clear manner and to confront them repeatedly, especially in communities with diverse worldviews and ideals of existence. Only in this way will it be possible to find strategies to deal with new technology that will also be supported by society in the long run.