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Cloning Humans Is Ethically PermissibleThe question whether it is ethically permissible to clone humans has been a debate in the US and in other parts of the world for some time There are some good reasons that human cloning is relevant in our society and there are some goods reasons that we shouldnt practice human cloning Human cloning is an unordinary practice through which many of us are unfamiliar with but when you look at the advantages to what can be achieved from cloning you start to realize that human cloning is acceptable if it is used in a proper manner and regulated in todays society Cloning became a serious issue in 1997 when Ian Campbell of Scotland announced to the world that he had cloned a sheep by transferring the gene containing a nucleus from a single cell of an adult sheeps mammary gland into an egg cell whose own nucleus had been removed After Dolly the lamb was created people realized that we were not that far off from being able to clone human beingsThis discovery shocked many people They argued that Dolly was not a work of nature or natures God but of manKass 334 This is where the people who are against cloning say that it like playing god But cloning does not create life as most people argue it merely produces life from existing lifeConceiving a Clone Cloning can be thought of as an extension of procedures like in-vitro fertilization Leon Kass argues in his article The Wisdom Of Repugnance cloning is just a new option for exercising an individuals right to reproduce or to have the kind of child he or she wants Kass 334 He also states in his article that cloning brings about some issues of identity and individuality This is where the cloning issue is being explained and argued against for the wrong reasons Kass the biochemist is looking at the cloning issue from the wrong
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