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Cloning Pros and Cons

Summary: Debates the pros and cons of cloning organisms, including humans. Details the benefits and risks of such a proposition.
Cloning is one of the most discussed topics among scientists today. In England and other countries in Europe animals have been cloned, some were successful, and some were not. Not in the history of the world has a human being been cloned. (www.globalchange.com) Cloning can be extremely harmful or beneficial. This is why no human has been cloned yet. Doctors are waiting until they know for sure what exactly they are doing during a cloning procedure. In general I think that cloning is extremely dangerous and should not be performed on humans, even if the patient has millions of dollars that he is willing to pay. (www.biofact.com/cloning)

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