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Clare Sullivan Professor David Never Let Me Go October 15, 2007 One of the biggest problems we face in the battle over cloning are the massive amounts of varying opinions on the issue. People argue passionately for the rights of the sick and disabled to find cures for their diseases. The opponents never consider the issue from any other perspective. They certainly never think of it from the perspective of the people whose body parts might one day be used to help save others. Nor do they consider that in helping victims of illness, they might create a whole new class of victims, victims of health care. In Never Let Me Go cloning is the undertone to almost every conflict in the novel. In the beginning, the student’s stories are just like that of any other private school society, but soon, disturbing details begin to leak out. It becomes clear that they are different from the rest of the world. Finally, we realize that the students are clones created to help provide cures for other peoples' diseases. Their fate was decided before they were born.
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BIO 140 taught by Professor Chace during the Spring '08 term at Salve Regina.

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