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The U.S. is in crisis. The demand for organs far out numbers the number of available donor organs. We need to take steps to ensure people are not exploited for their organs. Through technology advancements we may someday be able to eliminate the problem. But in the mean time we should consider the resource we already have.
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As ideal as this may sound, reproductive cloning should not be legalized because it ultimately objects human dignity, poses a serious threat to the survival of humanity and individuality, and can segregate people’s preferences because of monetary advantages. First, reproductive cloning is incompatible with human dignity and individuality. Cloned people lack originality and are merely copies of what we already have. This would result in a society with people who are essentially the same or extremely alike. Can we feel safe and free knowing that somewhere in the world, there is a person who is your copy?
The thought of performing the procedure over and over multiple times does not help the human mind and the society we are in. Just imagine if you get cloned and on your mind and thoughts you have high expectations of your clone, but do not receive what you hoped. This will create a lot of injustice than what we already have going on now. Cloning will just mean to add more misunderstanding of the real purpose. Like everything else in this world we will use the cloning method to commit copious misconduct, for example, creating an attack army, increased malpractice, or insufficient research, along with additional disadvantages.
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These numbers may be reduced by using human cloning in terms of therapeutic cloning, the harvest of embryonic stem cells from somatic cell nuclear transfer, in an organ transplant. Therapeutic cloning may become an increasingly successful method that can minimize the shortage of organ and increase the number of patients who can benefit from organ transplantation (Baird, 2002). Moreover, therapeutic cloning is also presumably he... ... middle of paper ... ... deflect people’s interest from human cloning. In reproductive cloning, it has not been accepted by society because it leads to a number of ethical concerns and it has a low probability of success. On the other hand, therapeutic cloning seems to have many essential benefits to humanity but its result is still unpredictable.
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