Abstract on genetics, stem cells, DNA and RNA: How humans are genetically coded to evolve versus How genetic expression will evolve human development?

Author(s): Kelli Kemenah Mauric

The truth of reality with the awareness of the present moment may be too boring, frightening, or falsely reassuring to humanity. For these three simple reasons, humanity welcomes the future and struggles to forget the past. In the past 30 years, or three decades, evidence-based medicine has given the world the most advanced scientific data in all aspects of human life. Technological advances have made this vast amount of evidenced based scientific data shareable to diverse populations, demographics, and societies. Since 1996, in the US alone, the National Institute of Health (NIH), the Center for Disease Control (CDC), National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), The US National Library of Medicine (NLM.) and PubMed Central (PMC), US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have collected, analyzed, displayed, debated, and agreed upon programs, policies, laws, regulations, grants, contracts, and services to protect the health and safety of the United States population. In 2022, the United States citizen population was listed as 333.29 million people in 50 states. The industry problems of economics, health and safety for humanity in the 20th century due to lack of knowledge have evolved to problems of vast knowledge with never ending desire for more knowledge at the expense of the quality of life for human beings. Humans have no regrets at bringing human life back from the dead. No heartbeat, no breathing, no problem bring on CPR with extraordinary life saving measures was the 20th century moto! Economic stability was foregone at the expense of research in every industry and field of study. As we enter the third decade of the 21st century, the human right to life is not only the right to life, but the right to a healthy quality of life yet to be defined. As of 2014, The United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) initiated a requirement that all NIH grant recipients to use both male and female animals in their research. Historically, prior to 2014, only male animals were used in NIH research. From 2008-2014 and 2015 to 2023, the NIH an XLS spreadsheet as a visual of the research dollars in millions per year for each of the 308 disease categories. We now have a 6-year span of 308 disease areas to compare the male animal studies from 2008-2014 to the male and female animal studies from 2015-2023 [3]. Furthermore, in order for the United States citizens to vote for government leadership in healthcare, it is vital the United States closes the gap of human biology knowledge between patient or US citizen and healthcare provider to enhance personal healthcare outcomes as well as develop healthcare policy. Understanding the essential functions of the human body is a basic human right that benefits all humanity. The health of one human will benefit the health of another human. If a human does not comprehend the essential necessity of selfcare, how can that human decide the health of another?