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Controversies Over Bio-technology

Summary: The moral issues regarding biotechnology are a matter of life and death. The development of our biotech future will depend on the moral conclusions we choose to embrace which will decide if scientists are free to study as they wish or are controlled by government regulation.
Controversies over Bio-Technology

"Should bio-technology be restricted on moral grounds"" Side= Pro Restriction

People seem to be disagreeing about whether a balance of the good and bad outcomes should be considered or whether moral duty should shape our judgment. Federal policy must seek a certain balance between two competing interests: the progress of medical research and therapy, and respect for the creation of human life. To some people stem cell and cloning research disrupts this balance and invades the sacredness of human life, while others see it as a way to improve our lives. In this essay I will present both sides including those who support bio-technology fully and those who feel it should be restricted on moral grounds.

Those who support bio-technology research hope it will lead to moral outcomes such as helping people, relieving suffering, and promoting human welfare. Biotechnology has the potential to raise the...

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