Sure, in the beginning there would be a lot of mistakes, but it will be worth it in the future when there are no diseases and people wont die from organ failures. Legalizing human cloning would make scientist able to research and develop human cloning techniques, and thus better our world for future generations.
It can also create a disease-resistant animal, and later on a herd. All things considered, cloning has many application that can improve our lifestyles for the better. Animal cloning is becoming more prominent in not only the science field but also medical. There are some disadvantages, but as time goes on more advancements will be made to improve it. It is easy to confuse science fiction with science, when in reality cloning has long time reliability.
Going by this logic, acquiring stem cells from a human embryo is not an act of murder any more than you are preventing a cancer cell from developing. As a final point, with the advances of using biomedical technology, scientists have the ability to cure cancer and prolong human life where they would’ve died if such advancements have not been made. The use of such technology should be used when the benefit outweighs the cost such as using it to benefit humanity and not just to choose if one’s child has blue eyes or brown eyes. I personally support the scientific breakthroughs that have been made over the recent years, yet, these advancements should only be used to cure/prevent diseases rather than to decide on one’s genes or to keep an elderly person on life support simply because it’s possible.
Cloning is a shaky subject to most individuals. Most people don't know enough about cloning to have a say so in the war against "legal cloning" or doing anything with cloning. Although some people may have negative reasons for cloning animals and or human beings, some people are researching day by day in order to supply the world with an amazing tool to help feed the world and help it in any way imaginable by cloning. In this essay, I will discuss the positive and negative effects of cloning and also the steps to clone an animal or person. I will also state many more important aspects of cloning and the effect of it on the world.
So yes there is that scary though of an early death but it is still worth the research. With the continuous study and development of human cloning the world could potentially help cure medical diseases and help people understand the human body and brain even further without harming actual human beings. There are many different potential diseases that could be ... ... middle of paper ... ... before what makes this unethical to some people? Well this is basically just an opinion. The ethics are basically thrown out the window when trying to create something that is considered a right of only a God but when you let it go and just kind of separate God from the creation you can find something much more beautiful in cloning.
(The President’s council on Bioethics 1) Cloning has come very far through science within the last few decades. Although it is a natural part of the world, scientists have taken a simple idea and expanded it further then what was thought possible. Though cloning faces many challenges, scientists such as Dr. Richard Seed continue their research in perfecting cloning in order to benefit the world. Cloning, a controversial topic thought to do harm, but simply misunderstood. The fact is, cloning could improve life more than what can be comprehended or as Dr. Richard Seed said, cloning will be taking “humanity one step closer to God.”
More research needs to be carried out to help eliminate any possible risks associated with the newly discovered procedure. Cloning doesn?t necessarily have to have a negative impact on the world. Cloning is a very beneficial technique to improve the quality of life, why not use the scientific breakthrough to the best of the world?s abilities. Cloning is the future. Works Cited Andrews, Dr. L. (1999).
The birth of these transgenered animals provides a major stepping stone for the cloning of humans. Now groups say they are ready to clone a human being. Controversy over their plan runs high, but scientists believe the technology for human cloning, at least a limited type of cloning for now, is available. A revolution in reproductive biology is now taking place, that provides technical means for cloning humans. Many scientists who work with cloned animals say that the procedure is difficult and dangerous and too ethical to try on humans.
The idea of the possibility of cloning has long interested scientists from all over the world. The ability to create another life without the need to reproduce, simply a petri dish and some cells, is something that has been attempted to be done for decades. There are endless possibilities of the uses that cloning could bring, and it excites many and equally terrifies others. In was in 1997 when there was a big breakthrough of cloning occurred: the “birth” of Dolly the ewe. Dolly was cloned from an adult sheep in Scotland.
Zanjani’s team hopes that the animal-human organs they are working on will have compatible new cells that are exactly the same as a patient’s organs for fixing damaged organs. With the new research they have found, it could be possible that they replace whole organs. The only problem about animal-human organs is that people could get viruses from animals that humans don’t normally acquire The original plan of Zanjani’s was to see prevent birth defects in unborn babies by injecting healthy stem cells into the fetus but in the process of doing this, he found that in doing this process, it could also be used to grow “humanized” organs. This idea came from the work of Flake. He found that the human cells develop into part of the heart, skin, muscle, fat, and other tissues when stem cells are taken out of bone marrow and injected into sheep fetuses.