Genetics and Ethics

What does blood do in your body?
Answered by Discovery Channel
  • Discovery Channel

    Discovery Channel

  1. Blood has many important functions. It serves as the body's delivery system. It supplies the cells with oxygen from the lungs and carries waste, in the form of carbon dioxide, back to the lungs to be expelled. It carries hormones, nutrients and waste to be used in or eliminated from different systems in the body. White blood cells help with immune system defense against illness or infection. And when you get a cut or scrape, your blood clots to keep you from bleeding fatally.

    More answers from Discovery Channel »



Still Curious?
  • What is genetic prescreening?


    Answered by Curiosity

  • Is gene doping ethical?


    Answered by Jennifer Horton and Curiosity

  • How can we be informed about our predispositions to disease?


    Answered by David Agus MD

Advertisement

What are you curious about?

Image Gallery