cloning the new method to treat human beings in the future? Recently,
there has been an argument about cloning a human being. When it comes
to cloning, people seem to want it both ways: "no" to reproductive
cloning on moral grounds and "yes" to therapeutic cloning on scientific grounds. But, which one is the right decision?Human therapeutic cloning helps the ill to recover more efficiently. Therapeutic cloning helps recreate cells and tissues for better health. The Advanced Cell Technology say: ?therape
This is one problem that part of society is concern
about. At this point, society and politicians have asked many questions
to this new issue. They rail against the scientists and try to
prohibit a whole tide of research. Before she donates, she is aware of
the causes and consequences for which she'd decided. They think this
act is against moral grounds.
Cells are obtained from embryos during women first stage of
fertilization. In conclusion, cloning a human being for therapy and
recovering is a new innovation in the medical field that will help many.
But such social and political responses ignore the dynamism of
medical science -- its complexity and possibility. This therapy would
help patients with Parkinson?s disease and spinal cord injury, heart
muscle cells for heart failure, cartilage for arthritis, pancreatic
cells for diabetes, as well as many others. Some political regulations
should assist who will be acceptable to donate, and up to where can the
scientists advance with new technology. Are women allowed to do this?
Should there be a restriction on who is able to provide embryos? Is
this against religious judgment? But, adult women are capable of their
own decisions. Politicians are very concerned with this new therapy