The Ethical Advantages And Cons Of Human Cloning

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In the last 50 years, the world is constantly on evolution. Two concentrations that are in a huge evolution are the technology and the science. In the science, an important advantage is the ability of cloning. "The term cloning describes a number of processes that can be used to produce genetically identical copies of a biological entity" ("Cloning", 2015). There are different types of process to clone an animal, which will be explained in this research paper.
The topic, cloning, have an ethical open debate. There are educators, religions, and others groups talked about the ethical problems that cloning had. The society constantly asked about the accepted of human cloning. Some economics groups insist about the cost of the process and all the money a country need to clone an animal or human. This is some of the issues I will talk about in this researched paper.
As some organizations and doctor says, cloning has some advantage and disadvantage in the medicine. The doctor talked about the advantage to reproduce an internal organ from stem cell obtained from an embryo of an animal. But also, other talked about the disadvantaged to recreate a gene abnormal baby who later will be affected in different progress. There are others benefits or restriction that I will talked about later in the paper.
History and types of cloning The cloning is a concept that first the humanity talked about was on 1938 when Hang Spemann proposed to replace the nucleus of an egg cell with the nucleus

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