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The role of human cloning has accelerated rapidly. To what extent do you think it will replace material things? Without any doubt, due to arise in health issues, we are obliged to switch to transplanting or human cloning to save the human race. However, I would not fully agree that this will be the only solution to our problem as there some man made things which we cannot stop using. To begin with, due to breakthroughs in medical science and improved diets, people are living much longer than in past. As people age, their organs can fail so they need replacing and sometimes these organs are not artificially made, so require cloning from other people. For instance, of kidney failure,
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