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Running head: SHOULD HUMANS BE CLONED? WHY OR WHY NOT? 2 defined. There is no distinction between the use of cloning as a biomedical tool in medicine or the use of cloning as a tool for procreation. Additionally, human cloning is most likely to challenge the religious beliefs of many, bring chaos and divide among people thus leading to unnecessary controversies and debates. For the faithful, they are of the opinion that human cloning challenges the authority of the supreme entity as it puts man as the creator. What’s more, some critics are also quick to point out that clones will not be subjected to equal treatment. In a world where we are divided according to our race, and religion, we cannot afford another reason to hate each other. Rhind et al., (2003) argues that in the past most of the attempt to clone humans have met with failure. Therefore, human cloning will be similar to putting the human DNA at risk. Furthermore, human cloning increases the chances of contaminating the human DNA, and if this happens, there will be a whole lot of new conditions to deal with. Another significant threat that
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