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I plan to use the information in this article to inform the reader about the positive aspect of reproductive cloning in the exploratory paper. I also plan to use this information as a basis of information for different opinions specific to human reproductive cloning that are addressed in the article. United States. Department of Energy. “Cloning Fact Sheet.” Human Genome Project Information, 11 May 2009. Web. 1 June 2011. The human genome project produced this website through the U.S. Dept. of Energy and has revised it over the years. The website is a good reference to basic information such as definitions
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[Type text] of cloning. The website also shows theoretical outcomes based on the latest data from cloning research in terms of possible organ procurement from stem cells. It also briefly lists risks of cloning in its information. The information on this website is severely limited in its scope, and gives only a basic look into cloning. The strength is that it is an easier read, and a more convenient way for the casual browser to obtain information. The possible detractor is that it does not go in depth nor show proof for one side of the argument or the other in the cloning debate. I will use this website solely for gathering initial terms and ideas on the potential for debate in cloning. Yadav, Sachdev, and Veena Sharma. "Human Cloning: Perspectives, Ethical Issues and Legal Implications." International Journal of Pharma & Bio Sciences 2.1 (2011): B28-B41. Academic Search Complete . Web. 1 June 2011. Yadav and Sharma illustrate a thorough review of ethical aspects of cloning in this article. The authors summarize that all cloning, depending on your perspective, can be linked in one form or another. The debate arises from cultural and government perspective as to know how far to pursue different avenues of cloning. Information in the article highlights the fact that therapeutic cloning is seen as beneficial and pursuing this will in turn lead to more advances in the much more hotly debated topic of reproductive cloning. The article looks at how varied even state laws in the U.S. have become since the issue of cloning has been introduced. The idea that cloning is a truly complex subject with many factors weighing on one another is a hot topic covered in this article.
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[Type text] I see this article as having a more subjective opinion on the subject of cloning trying to look at the different aspects of how cloning can affect people and governments differently. The article highlights, which I see as important, the way different cultures have come to their conclusion on how best to go about cloning. I believe one of the strengths of this article is how it speaks to the reader without being too technical, making it easier to grasp the information that the authors are trying to present. I will use this article to help shape the basis of different cultures’ opinion on the varying aspects of cloning in my paper. I will also show in my position paper how one small change in the process of cloning can give rise to drastic transformations in opinion on a personal and global stage.
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