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Unformatted text preview: Katie Beretich Ms. Juniper Honors English 10 April 16, 2008 The Cloning Crisis Cloning is a subject that is talked about regularly, but rarely ever seen. Even though cloning is helping many people, many members of society do not know much about it. This new and fascinating invention saves lives in a completely new way. The practice of therapeutic cloning should be legal. Therapeutic cloning can help save someone’s life and more treatments for diseases can be discovered, but some are morally opposed to it. Therapeutic cloning can help save one’s life. If someone has a diseased organ, that specific organ can be cloned. By doing this, one is able to survive and continue living their life. “Therapeutic cloning is seen by many scientists as a potential treatment for certain illnesses or injuries” (Update: Cloning). Cloning helps patients rid themselves of cancer or other diseases. When one goes on illnesses or injuries” (Update: Cloning)....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2010 for the course DSI 111 taught by Professor Brooks during the Fall '08 term at Ohio University- Athens.
- Fall '08