Induced pluripotent stem cells are seen as an end to the debate of the ethics controversy of embryonic stem cells because they allow for the benefits of stem cells without using embryos. However, they still have other ethical issues that they bring about. One issue is that induced pluripotent stem cells can easily create gametes. This creates the issue that to test the gametes embryos must be used to grow the gametes and test that they are working properly. This embryo must then be destroyed which brings up the controversy of using embryos. The idea of forming gametes also brings up the ethics of the possibility of eventually being able to choose the desired traits of a child. Also, some ways of forming induced pluripotent stem cells involves using embryos which still has the same ethical controversy as just using embryonic stem cells. The other ethical controversy that induced pluripotent stem cells brings up is that in order to use the somatic cells the scientists do not need to get permission. This makes it so that people could be involuntarily donating cells to be used for stem cell research. Also many of the cells used are from the same donors so most cell lines are linked to one donor and one health history. This causes problems of not as much genetic diversity and any health issues the donor had being passed on to wherever the cells are used. The research of stem cells involve fine lines that are easy to step over and cause ethical debates around the world.