The Potential Benefits of Cloning

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2 November 2010
The Potential Benefits of Cloning
When the public thinks about cloning, two things usually come to mind: Dolly the sheep, and some Frankensteinian version of Mini Me. While the former did exist and the latter is feasible, the actual applications of cloning are not so dichotomous. Animals have been cloned thus far, but not humans. The current research is mostly being conducted somewhere between the two and is divided into two disciplines: reproductive and therapeutic. Many people argue that allowing cloning will create a surge of babies born who are identical to the parent donor, but responsible scientists are not looking down those avenues. Instead, most research is...
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