Human cloning is very valuable in surgical treatments and procedures. Through cloning, organs with cancerous cells are replaced preventing the spread of cancer in the body. With human cloning, doctors are able to repair and replace damaged tissues, nerves and organs by cloning them with new ones. Kidney and liver failure can also be treated through clonin... ... middle of paper ... ...oning is right and further research should be encouraged on the issue since it is a good way to save and improve lives. No matter what we say or do, future studies on human cloning will continue, as more and more ethical and moral issues arise.
I believe the use of stem cells will have a positive impact on our society. We are always looking for ways to cure any diseases that affect our everyday lives, from cancer to diabetes. With the use of stem cells, we could see a cure for these diseases in the future and millions will benefit. The cloning of embryos to extract embryonic stem cells is an amazing breakthrough for scientists worldwide. The possibilities for stem cell use are endless and cloning is a new way to achieve them.
This new study is challenging the way people think about DNA. This study by the ... ... middle of paper ... ... Medical companies give their clients safe medicine and this is another reason why the genetic medicine and treatment should add on to medicine the world already have. Genetic testing is revolutionary it has the capability to help the world advance and grow. The United States have the ability to use technology and develop technology that could change our world. Through genetic experimentation diseases could cease to plague our citizens, the world could have a new and exciting medical renaissance, and the treatments to diseases would be enduring.
Benefits of Human Cloning Some of the Benefits of cloning are very appealing. Listed below are some of the benefits which could be possible with the use of cloning technology: • Rejuvenation. Dr. Richard Seed, one of the leading proponents of human cloning technology, suggests that it may someday be possible to reverse the aging process because of what we learn from cloning. • Human cloning technology could be used to reverse heart attacks. Scientists believe that they may be able to treat heart attack victims by cloning their healthy heart cells and injecting them into the areas of the heart that may have been damaged.
This paper focuses on the benefits of stem cell research in the medical and nursing field. New technology is always being created to help us understand the way the human body works, as well as ways to help us improve diseased states in the body. Our bodies have the ability to proliferate or regrow cells when damage is done to the cells. Take for example the skin, when an abrasion or puncture to the skin causes loss of our skin cells, the body has its own way of causing those cells to regrow. The liver, bone marrow, heart, brain, and muscle all have cells that are capable of differentiating into cells of that same type.
Therapeutic cloning is a method to produce stem cell lines that are genetic matches for adults and children. Stem cells can be used to generate an organ or tissue that is a genetic match to the skin cell donor. This medical procedure can potentially cure patients with spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and heart disease. Scientists see great value in the use of embryonic stem cell research to help understand human growth and development, and to understand growth and treatment for diseases. I have found in some of my research that some of the problems that have risen are the issue of funding and ethics.
Stem cell therapy for genetic disease is providing great opportunities for the discovery of a cure for thousands. Stem cells provide an outstanding way to cure these diseases because of the ease with which they adapt themselves to their environment and can differentiate into several cells types. Although there are ethical and bioethical issues surrounding the use of embryos and the safety of a cell donor, stem cells therapy and stem cell therapy research had given a new hope to hundreds of thousands that are sick and dying without an effective or existent treatment.
Second, stem cell research and therapy will potentially save many lives of patients waiting or enduring an organ transplant, as it reduces transplant risks and eliminates many medical resource issues. Lastly, stem cell research aids in the pharmaceutical industry, allowing for drug trials to be streamlined and reduce the use of animals for drug testing. Thus, it is clear that human stem cell research is crucial in the efforts to move medical and pharmaceutical science forward. Stem cells are undifferentiated biological cells that can distinguish into more specific cells. These cells are both malleable and regenerative as they can metastasize to produce more stem cells which are crucial to develop organisms (Stem Cell Network, 2009).
"This procedure will be both a contribution to science and a betterment of the human race." Human cloning will provide unlimited benefits to our species and should be legal. This paper is intended to educate you to the many benefits of human cloning before it is banned due to ignorance. Now before you read any further I would like to ask you to forget any myth, legend or science fiction that you might have heard about cloning. The cloning of humans could be the greatest achievement of medical science, it could lead the way to the solution to some of humanity's greatest problems.
After large numbers of hESCs are formed, they may be cultured with certain growth factors and stimulated to differentiate into specific cells. These cells can then be used in regenerative treatment for various diseases, and even to synthesi... ... middle of paper ... ...ancers) developed in engrafted human tissue injected with hESCs, the likelihood of hESCs causing ‘aggressive tumors’ (Verloes et. al., 2011) in humans is increased. This possibility of hESCs developing into cancer seriously questions patient safety, raising concerns on the safety of such a new technology. However, such scientific issues will be overcome with advances in technology and further research, and the majority of people believe that the ethical obligation to preserve current life, and the related economic and social benefits from this, far outweigh the moral injustices of destroying embryos.