The Pros And Cons Of Human Cloning
Human cloning can also have other negative effects besides health problems. The authors of, “Human Clone: Who Is Related To Whom” claim that cloning would “devalue genetic distinctiveness.” The idea that everyone is unique would not apply anymore since a human clone would be a genetic replica of their parent. The authors also stated that the clones might be treated like products in a commercialized business or black market. Clones with certain talents, strength, beauty, and intelligence would be in demand. Others might use cloning to their advantage to create strong personalities like Hitler (Rai et al., …show more content…
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