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Ethics Surrounding Human Cloning
This paper discusses the ethical arguments for and against human cloning.
# 54253 | 2,765 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 19, 2004 in Biology (Genetics) , Biology (Bioethics) , Hot Topics (Cloning)

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This paper explains that, historically, many great medical advancements, such as anesthesia and heart transplantation, were fiercely rejected by many bio-conservative moralists, but now have gained acceptance. The author points out that people who disagree with human cloning believe the idea runs contradictory to the evolutionary need to retain a basic level of genetic variety and the variety in nature created by God. The paper stresses that human cloning could lead to situations where a completely new form of genetic and psychological counseling would become a necessity.

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