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An exam paper made up when we ran out of past papers; AQA; this is source 2; gcse english language higher

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    Www.source 2 higher  telegraph.co.uk human-cloning-within-50-years- Www.source 2 higher telegraph.co.uk human-cloning-within-50-years- Document Transcript

    • 19/12/2012 13:21 telegraph.co.uk Human cloning ‘within 50 years’ Parents who lose children in accidents may be able to clone «copies» to replace them within 50 years, a British scientist who won this year’s Nobel prize for medicine has predicted. In-vitro fertilisation was regarded with extreme widely accepted after the birth of Louise Brown, the Major improvements in cloning methods would have to be made before they could be applied to humans because the vast majority of cloned animal embryos today are deformed, he added. , frog experiments that the successful cloning of a mammal would happen within 50 years, and that step to human cloning. an eminent American reporter came down and said IVF was regarded with extreme suspicion but became widely accepted after the birth of Louise - years and 100 years – how about 50 years? It turned S 1950s and 60s led to the later creation of Dolly the sheep by Edinburgh scientists in 1996, said that progression to human cloning could happen within half a century. Although any attempt to clone an entire human would raise a host of complex ethical issues, the biologist claimed people would soon overcome their concerns if the technique became medically useful. Love this PDF? - to relieve suffering or improve human health will usually be widely accepted by the public – that is to say if cloning actually turned out to be solving Add it to your Reading List! joliprint.com/mag Page 1
    • 19/12/2012 13:21 telegraph.co.uk Human cloning ‘within 50 years’ would be in favour of allowing parents of deceased children, who are no longer fertile, to create another child, assuming the technique was safe and effective. child would feel they were some sort of a replacement for something and not valid in their own right. Love this PDF? Add it to your Reading List! joliprint.com/mag Page 2