Cloning has become a controversial subject in the United States within the past couple of years. We can all agree that there are beneficial aspects of cloning and detrimental consequences in cloning procedures. As we look to the future of new technological events we have to realize that cloning can save human lives, benefit and teach our fu-ture society of children and endangered species may have a chance to survive.
The British Organ Donor Society supports cloning efforts to relieve the strain of the lack of organs that are available. Cloning technology is expected to aid the result in several medical breakthroughs. It is thought that there may one day be a cure for cancer. This is because the cloning process helps us understand the process of cell differentiation. Theories exist that if a cure for cancer can be found, then further testing may lead to a cure for heart attacks and cloning organs for organ transplants. Scientists believe that they may be able to treat heart attack victims by cloning their healthy heart cells and injecting them into the areas of the heart that have been damaged. Skin for burn victims, brain cells for the brain damages, spinal cord cells for quadriplegics and paraplegics, hearts, lungs, livers and kidneys can be produced with cloning.
Americans for Cloning Elvis believe cloning great individuals with exemplary talents, genius or character can be reproduced. Another Einstein, Mozart or Michael Jordon could benefit our future generations. They could teach us and help us teach our chil-dren, which in the long run creates a stronger and healthier society.
Biologist also has hoped that endangered species could be saved. They hope that through the research and perfection of the technology to clone mammals, preservation of endangered species will become available.
Cloning to some is losing a sense of identity and killing embryos, but if we have to sacrifice many things before we can create amazing results, that may be the right thing to do.