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Cloning should be an acceptable process in todays society Cloning a method which involves a production of a group of identical cells or organisms that comes from a single individual By making cloning acceptable in todays society we are saying that everyone has the right to make a replica of themselves or give permission for others to be cloned We are also saying that other cloning methods will have the approval of the community and will be acceptable We have already cloned a sheep and to show that this isnt just a one of thing a British scientist has just recently cloned seven mice Cloning is a medical breakthrough it gives hope for the infertile parents and gives us better meat and cattle Is this a beginning of a new life as we know it Cloning is now a possibility scientist can experiment with cloned cells and maybe find a quick cure for many medical problems and this would save lives There are a variety of medical breakthroughs Imagine if you had just received news that you were dying from cancer and you then had the opportunity to make a replica of your genes to save your life Human cloning technology is expected to result in several miraculous medical breakthroughs We may be able to cure cancer if cloning leads to a better understanding of cell differentiation Another major medical benefit of cloning would be the replication of organs So many young and old die because they are waiting around on a long list for an organ donor to save their life A heart a liver a lung whatever it may be the prospect of cloning these organs have become a great possibility in the near future And people will not have to wait for someone to decide to save a life Theories exist about how cloning may lead to a cur e for heart attacks a revolution in cosmetic surgery organ transplantation and
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