Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cloning

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Picture living in a society where creating genetically identical copies of any biological entity was possible and a common occurrence. The process is cloning and it uses the genetic makeup of one entity to make a replica of the entity with the exact same genetic structure. Cloning is divided into three different types; gene, reproductive, and therapeutic.(Cloning Fact Sheet) Reproductive cloning, has an extremely low success rate but it is the only way to produce a full clone of an organism. While this process can be highly beneficial to the world, there are many concerns with the production of clones. Opponents discuss the respect and value of clones, and the differences of a natural organism to an identical clone. They also question our power, weather we should have the ability to create. However, Supporters of the processes and use of clones, see the ability to increase life expectancy through the elimination of health concerns such as hunger and reproduction, and to cure some diseases. While cloning seems to be over stepping our limit, It 's a limit that should be overstepped. Cloning can increase life expectancy, cure diseases, and provide organs and other biological materials for medical use. The process and use of clones is a solution to multiple medical problems in the world and by comparing the advantages to the disadvantages, it 's easy to see that the advantages are well worth the small amount of disadvantages. What if the amount of starving people in the world
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