The Pros Of Genetic Engineering
One of the most popular, and controversial examples of genetic engineering is cloning. Cloning is the process of genetically replicating an organism ("Cloning: MedlinePlus"). However, most people aren’t aware that there are two forms of cloning. The majority …show more content…
with human proteins on its organs... would make it possible for the organs to be transplanted into humans without being rejected by the body’s immune system” (“Cloning”). Once transplanting animal organs into humans becomes possible, it will become easier to save lives. Animal cloning will eliminate the time spent searching for suitable donors because the organ is extremely likely to be accepted by the recipient.
Genetic engineering creates cures or treatments for many diseases. Insulin is one of the first genetically modified therapeutic products developed to control blood sugar levels for people with diabetes. The process of making insulin is simply injecting a human gene inside of a specific bacterium (“ABPI”). Now that the recipe for creating insulin has been identified, it is easy to keep producing for those who need it.
Some people are afraid of genetically engineered products because they are too scared to understand it. Other people dislike the idea of synthetic-life or unnatural products. However, most people aren’t able to distinguish the difference between products that are genetically modified or the original. Genetically modified products are the future and should not be feared because they were created for our