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The Real Possibilities Of Cloning On February 22 1999 news was announced that Dolly the lamb was the first successful animal cloned Unlike the other cloning experiments done over the past 15 years this was the first successful clone made with an adult cell The cell was used to activate and program the egg from which Dolly grew Past clones involved using the cell from a fertilized embryo in the early stages of development As news of Ian Willmuts cloned lamb got out across the globe many people feared what they thought could possibly never come true With the technology to clone identical animals can humans be cloned too Since then topic of discussion throughout the scientific world has centered on the cloning of humans Recently The University of Texas lab cloned the first headless creatures headless mice Since then headless tadpoles have also been born at The University of Blath This discovery is even more chilling because it opens up the door to headless humans for purposes such as organ banks Headless human production could also be used as a means for testing out new treatments for diseases such as cancer Controversy is coming up more often considering the morals and ethics of cloning Is headless cloning opening the gate to human immortality Is a headless clone ever a living creature Many people are beginning to wonder if cloning will be beneficial to our country The cloning of animals as well as human cloning could prove very beneficial to our nation For instance cloning research would be very beneficial to improving the vitro fertilization process Vitro fertilization is when a womans egg is removed from her uterus fertilized by a sperm donation and replaced back in the uterus John Robertson an authority on reproductive technology and the law at the University of Texas School of Law says Even if they only produced three or four embryos it could
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