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However, it would destroy people 's dignity and individuality where the clones would still have individual personalities. A lot of religious leaders are shunning cloning based on claims that we should not be playing God. Black market will be created for human embryos with specific traits and instead of seeing the many benefits that this
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Chromosomal concerns, birth defects, and other errors in development could be corrected before birth, giving more newborns a real chance to experience the gift of life (11 Stem Cell Research Pros and Cons).” This knowledge could be revolutionary. Using stem cells to grow artificial kidneys and other organs could offer a cruelty-free method of medical research testing. As of today, in order for a medical researcher to get their treatment or drug approved, it must undergo lengthy animal and human trials that could potentially take years only to be proven unsuccessful. However, if researchers could use stem cells to conduct these
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Human Cloning, an exact replication of an adult human, should be banned in the United States of America because of its possible consequences to society as a whole, as proven by the science fiction novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, and the short story “The Birthmark,” by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Human cloning raises ethical concerns considering how society will react and change due to the clonal population. Subsequently, scientists are forced to ask themselves the question, “If cloning is seen as a way to reproduce the ‘best’ in the human species, who decides which qualities are best?” (Cloning 2). If humans are allowed to clone their offspring, then soon most people would either want their children to look like the idea of ‘perfect’ created