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Its July 14 2035 I have just been diagnosed of having lung cancer by Dr Peter who is my doctor My wife whom I just married a year ago and I are horrified as we look at the doctor with sorrowful faces What do we do next My dad died of the same disease 30yrs ago He lasted only a week after he was diagnosed of lung disease Am I going to die in 1 week and miss my beloved wife and this beautiful world This and many more questions rush through my head No the doctor reassures me that there is a way to survive The expression on my face changes to that of happiness and I am curious to know the way Peter reminds me of my clone Then and there I realize that responsible use of cloning is a mechanism through which the world could be a better place Dr Peter lectures me about therapeutic cloning which enables the creation of steam cells these steam cells are multifunctional cells that can be transported to act like other cells such as brain cells spinal cord cells liver cells as well as lung cells Because clones are identical the cloned lung cell would be identical to my cancerous lung cell Whereas a case of a donor organ might not match my affected organ and if this occurs it would result in an immune system response which would be fatal to my health Moreover the doctor tells me there are thousands of patients waiting for a right match of donor organs Luckily for me I have a cloned spare and I would be able to use it If only those patients where as smart as I was 30yrs ago they would have cloned themselves and subsequently been able to have a perfect match for their defected organs Its 12 months after my surgery and my new lungs are working in perfect condition Life
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