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In most cases, people make a distinction between therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning, at least for humans. There have been several reports of cloned pets and other animals. How does the science differ between therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning? Reproductive cloning involves cloning a person's DNA, and transplanting the embryo into a mother for the sole purpose of producing a new human being. Therapeutic cloning is the development of human blastocysts for the sole purpose of producing stem cell lines for therapeutic use in humans. Based upon what you learned in this module, should human cloning ever be permitted? Why or why not? Cloning can revolutionize the world and the way we live. Based on this module, based on the potential physical dangers and dilemmas it poses, the cloning of human beings should be prohibited. At the deepest level, cloning should be prohibited because it turns
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