Examining the History and Ethical Nature of Cloning

This essay is about cloning. The author was explicitly tasked with communicating whether they believe that the cloning of humans should be allowed. The author discussed movies that exhibit cloning, such as Star Wars and Avatar and actual cases of cloning, such as the sheep named Dolly in the United States and monkeys named Hua Hua and Zhong Zhong in China. Ian Wilmut was responsible for Dolly and used Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer. This case led to controversies, and the National Bioethics Advisory Commission became involved. Finally, the author reviewed the ethics of cloning from the Christian, teleology, and deontology perspectives.
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