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Cloning

Summary: Explores the process of cloning. Debates the ethical and moral issues surrounding the process.
Last year, a ten month old baby died after a minor operation went wrong. The American couple both fertile and in their early thirties were fully capable of having another child but they decided that they wanted this child. They believed that their baby's death was a mistake and that it should be brought back, so they resorted to cloning (Stwertka). For the past few years, a huge story that is well known throughout the United States and even world wide is the story of Dolly, the first clone. Today, cloning is a very controversial subject and there is talk of the possibility of cloning humans, to replace loved ones, to grow new organs, or just to prove that it is possible. But this raises new controversy, has the scientific world gone too far? Where will it stop? Where will it end? Is this beneficial to the human...

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