Human Cloning Term Paper by Steve-o

Human Cloning
An analysis of the ethical concerns of human cloning, addressed with scientific facts.
# 6876 | 2,006 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 07, 2003 in Biology (Biotechnology) , Biology (Genetics) , Hot Topics (Cloning) , Ethics (General)

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A discussion on human cloning that addresses questions such as: Would a clone be a unique individual or an exact copy? How is cloning achieved? What possibilities are there for organ and tissue cloning? And is cloning a viable option for infertility or gay and lesbian couples?

From the Paper:

"I remember when I was young hearing about Louise Brown, the "test tube baby". Although I was young I was not completely uneducated about science, but just from the term test tube baby I pictured in my mind an embryo being grown, then gestation occurring in a laboratory. The term carries with it a negative connotation. The correct term, invitrofertilization is much more appealing than test tube baby and is obviously scientifically more correct."

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