Pros And Cons Of Human Cloning

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In our world we are constanting fighting to find cures to different diseases and disorders. The human race throughout the years has consistently advanced in ways previously believed to be impossible. Although we have accomplished many triumphs in the world of science, we have to be forever willing to take the next leap. Genetic modification and human cloning is the next big medical breakthrough and technological advancement. Genetic modification and human cloning offers the world an infinite amount possibilities, not only should the research continue but funding should be provided. In 1953 James Watson and Francis Crick completed a model of the human DNA (Proquest Staff). They managed to complete this without any previous visuals of the human’s DNA structure. They managed to create a hypothesis of the …show more content…
We don’t usually hear about reproductive cloning being used on humans. We frequently hear about reproductive cloning when it involves animals (Harmon). Scientist have previously used reproductive cloning and successfully cloned animals. The first ever cloned animal was a sheep named Dolly. Reproductive cloning has been the focus of many documentaries. Scientist are trying to find ways to clone and repopulate animals that have been extinct in the past. Cloning of the mammoth has been one of the major topics of reproductive cloning. Although reproductive cloning isn’t frequently used in humans it still has a lot to offer our world. Reproductive cloning in humans is highly controversial. The use of reproductive cloning in humans could be a last hope for parents who have sick children. Reproductive cloning can be used to create a child genetically similar to another. This is done so that a child who is need of certain treatment such as bone marrow transplants they can receive direct and complete matches. This has frequently been the topics of movies and many television

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