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Organ Cloning The future of our lives On February 23 1997 the world itself was changed forever Whether or not you believe that it was for the good is an entirely different question You can not argue the fact that a major breakthrough in cloning technology had been made With a lot of time and effort scientists were able to successfully clone a sheep Since then British scientists have also cloned a frog embryo Cloning has and will continue to be a controversial issue for a long time to come Often people say that by cloning we are trying to play the role of God I feel that the scientists are not trying to play God but just improve the lives of people Many people say that we should not try to interfere and just let nature run its course If we try to clone organs for transplant patients that are in their final hour then we are actually improving their life If you feel that saving a persons life is interfering then Im sorry People often question whether or not we have the right to clone We are all guaranteed rights by the fact that we are human beings Those rights include the right to pursue areas of science and also the right to live They could have argued the fact that man was not meant to walk on the moon If they did and the program did not succeed then we would not have the technology that we have today Cloning organs can only yield new technologies that will be beneficial to society Organ cloning is something that would be extremely beneficial to society Imagine the ability to create organs for victims of crimes and accidents Most of the people who suffer these tragedies do not live to tell about it If we could keep them alive by replacing their damaged parts then we would know so much more We
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