Cloning is the method that produce an exactly identical genetic of another one. It has been studied and researched for more than ten years with vegetables and animals. The first success with living thing was a sheep named Dolly and that was one of the experiments that show how far human can get to the high stage of scientific technologies. Since then, the idea of human cloning was conceived. Some people think that human cloning should be permitted because it can brings great benefits to mankind. Still, some people think that human cloning should be banned since it is like a double-edged sword which can cause danger to personality, dignity and society. Look from every angle, human cloning should be accepted as legal for a better future of mankind.
It has been argued that human cloning is unethical and would be deleterious to human race. People know that the technology is unsafe. As we can see from the study of Dolly [a female sheep remarkable in being the first mammal to be cloned], it shows that there are many embryos and new born die before it was successfully cloned. Also, Dolly had a very short life. If human clones survived, they are not guaranteed that they would develop normally or not suffer from premature ageing as a result of their elderly genes. To a certain extent they are right. However, human cloning may bring such a great benefit to mankind. We could find better way of treatments, and perhaps cures for many diseases that so many of us suffer and die from each year like AIDS. There are millions of people die from this illness and the way of treatment for this illness has not been found yet. But with cloning, we could copy and produce more white blood cells to defend and kill the virus. This would save millions of innocent lives. Moreover, with the cloning, we would have organs for people who suffer from illness for examples, people who get infected from cancer. These mean that clones would be the best organ donors since the clone is an...
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