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The Pros and Cons of Human Cloning

Summary: Essay researches and debates the pros and cons of human cloning.

"To clone or not to clone"" that is the question troubling the mind's of many Americans and citizens all over the world. Imagine how life would become when millions of people start looking alike, acting alike, and thinking alike. There would be no diversity what so ever in today's society. Ban human cloning!, Jean Bethke Elshtain author of "To Clone or Not to Clone", displays a strong argument as to why human cloning should be banned. Cloning may bring advances in artificial organs, cosmetics, and age reduction; but nevertheless it takes away a human's individuality, uniqueness, and basically that person's right to live his own life.

Scientists have high hopes about cloning and what it might bring. They are talking about setting back the biological clocks and even giving immortality. Regenerating human parts is one of these ideas. People who once had a defective heart or liver can...

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