Human Cloneing

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Submitted By asiandragon1314
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Jone chan
Carmen smith
English 0098
01 November 2011
Pros of Cloning
Many people think that human cloning research is just science fiction. That cloning can only be found in movies and book, but the truth is that cloning is real, and it could be happening now. In fact, there are many benefits to human cloning such as diminished disease, new possibilities in science, and better wellness.
First, what if I said that doctors and scientist have found a way cure or terminate the suffering cause by diseases and cancers? Well the true is it could be done. Through the studies of cloning and techniques that are learn, and we may be able to diminish diseases and eliminate cancers from society. Which can be accomplished is by learning the human genome and later using the cloning techniques to change the genetic code. This type of science is could gene therapy or genetic modification. By just adding or removing parts off genic cade are, immune system could fright off the worst diseases and cancers.
Next, numerous of remarkable benefits come from cloning knowledge, and that would open new possibilities in science. One of these possibilities is the treatment for damaged nerves. By injuring cloned nerve cells where damage was due. A second possibility is clone individual organs. This could be a solution to ever growing demand for organ donors. “The regeneration of diseased or damaged tissues and body parts made is made possible by cloning”
Finally, with the help of cloning life would be better. It will give an overall better wellness throughout the world. From cloning, a person could have prolonged life for many years to come. With fewer worries about disease one would have less stress. Cloning gives a person the ability to discover new things about them.
For this reason, cloning should not be banned but regulate by the federal government. Most of all the benefits of…...

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