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Web 1 june 2011 the topic and attitudes of the

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Web. 1 June 2011. The topic and attitudes of the distinct differences of reproductive, therapeutic, and the lesser- known recombinant DNA technology is apparent and expounded upon in this article. Driscoll and Griswold argue that those with different backgrounds, who previously disregarded cloning, are seeing merit in certain types of research involving adult stem cells, as opposed to embryonic stem cells. The authors differentiate between the ethical right and wrong of stem cells, looking at both adult and embryonic stem cells. They go on to include recombinant DNA technologies, as well as reproductive cloning in their argument. The article continues to divulge information showing how reproductive cloning is unethical to most of the world. It uses evidence from animal cloning to show significant defects from the clone including tumors, heart defects, and deformities.
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[Type text] I believe this article is a fine piece to see how a slight difference in the manner in which cloning research takes place gives rise to many different viewpoints in an ethical sense. The article does a good job of giving the reader information in a workable format to conclude ones’ own opinion on the groundwork laid out. I plan to use this text to enhance my own research of cloning and to discuss the merits of individual types of cloning on a separate basis in my papers. I will use this to help provide evidence to my opinion and a rebuttal to the dissenting view in the position paper. Farrell, Courtney, and Rosalyn Carson-Dewitt. "Cloning: An Overview." Points of View: Cloning (2009): Points of View Reference Center . Web. 1 June 2011. This article is one of a basic overview of cloning. The article helps with generic definition of terms and a simple history on cloning with a timeline in essay form. It starts with the original clone of Dolly the sheep and expounds to include current government legislation in a basic sense, highlighting how the U.S. has responded to the debate recently. The author in this article takes no opinion, but merely gives some elementary facts as to recent U.S. and world policy on cloning. The articles’ strength lies in the fact that it is easy to navigate and understand to someone not familiar with the subject. The weakness in this article is attributable to the basic information it gives, without going in depth on any single topic in the cloning debate. I intend to use the information presented in this article in my introduction to help give a very general and broad perspective. I will introduce the debate with ideas from this article and make the reader more informed to the basic facts surrounding cloning.
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[Type text] Morales, Nestor Micheli. "Psychological Aspects of Human Cloning and Genetic Manipulation: The Identity and Uniqueness of Human Beings." Reproductive BioMedicine Online 19.S2 (2009): 43-50. Academic Search Complete . Web. 1 June 2011.
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