Reproductive cloning

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Reproductive cloning

  1. 1. REPRODUCTIVECLONINGHUMAN CLONINGAshLynn Truman
  2. 2. Background The first cloned sheep, Dolly, inspired scientists to clone humans. Cloned animals age faster than regular animals. Dolly isn’t the first clone of an animal, but the first clone of an adult animal.
  3. 3. FAQ’s Cloning is the process of making a genetically identical organism through nonsexual means. Reproductive cloning is the cloning of humans or animals.
  4. 4. Cons Human cloning is unethical.  Allcatholic religions are against cloning and believe that life begins with conception.
  5. 5. Cons cont. Cloning is very expensive.  Notonly is it expensive, it has a very high failure rate. For every 1000 tries only 30 clones are made.
  6. 6. Cons cont. Human cloning can be very harmful to humanity.  Cloning can devalue the life of a human.
  7. 7. Pros Cloning can help with those who can’t have children, or with those who have lost a child.  Homosexuals will be able to have children with their own genes.
  8. 8. Rebuttals Couples who can’t have children can still adopt. Homosexuals shouldn’t be allowed to marry in the first place. Cloning a deceased child would degrade human life.
  9. 9. Benefits One new disease wouldn’t be able to wipe out an entire population. Every individual will stay unique.
  10. 10. Conclusion Even though cloning seems like such a cool idea, I believe it could ruin us all. If every human being can be duplicated, then what’s the point of being you?

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