The Ethics of Cloning
The Ethics of Human Cloning
Comp 1 - Mrs. Reeves
August 25, 2014
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The Ethics of Cloning
Human Cloning is the reproduction that involves one parent. Cloning occurs when a single cell from one parent organism begins to develop and divides. This development organism has the same make-up as its parent. We know that in sexual reproduction, it involves two parents. With sexually production organism will have the genetics combination of both parents. The term cloning is normally refers to as artificial. Human cloning practices normally raise questions and concerns for human mankind and medical safety.
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In today’s world, as we live longer, scientist has come up with the idea of cloning humans to provide spare parts for future needs. This idea not only concerns people but it horrifies them knowing that this could happen. Scientist has already been experimenting with animals and trees for a number of years. Now, the idea has opened up the possibility of cloning humans too. There are some clear benefits to mankind of cloning body parts, that it raises ethical issues and concerns. Scientists say that it will take some time before human cloning will take place because they need to know how safe it will be. Cloning contains red blood cells and DNA for completing a human being. While the effects of in modern medicine and improving diets breakthrough, people are living much longer. As people age, our organs can cause us health problems so they need to be replaced. So cloning humans would be the answer of overcoming the many cases of not enough organ donors for sick people.
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Some religious groups think cloning of humans should be banned because some say it is an assault on human’s life and religion. A human clone person could have some kind of development defects. Human cloning...
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