cloning - Drew Bedurah March 14, 2008 Ethics Cloning Human...

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Drew Bedurah March 14 , 2008 Ethics Cloning Human Cloning As humans when new breakthroughs are made one of two things tend to happen . They scare us or they excite us . What we need to do however is really dig deep and look into these breakthroughs and decide if they are indeed some that should scare or excite us . The issue of cloning for example is something that has scared some and excited others . But how many people actually have looked into it and truly know what it is? We need to figure out the meat of this issue . There are different types of cloning and as we discover what they are that is when we will discover whether they are right or wrong . Therapeutic cloning is the reproduction of ones own cells and a donated women’s egg cell to aid in medical purposes . A doctor would essentially take scrap skin cells of the patients and take a human egg remove the nucleus from the human egg and insert the cells from the patient . This would cause the egg to stimulate and begin development.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHI 2600 taught by Professor Schattle during the Fall '07 term at Valencia.

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cloning - Drew Bedurah March 14, 2008 Ethics Cloning Human...

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