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2. Human cloning and our sense of self
3.Human cloning : can it be made safe ?
4.The moral imperative for human cloning: Ian Wilmut, leader of the Dolly team, says the wrangling over cloning overshadows its massive potential to cure disease
Length: 2 pages (636 Words)
A clone can be described as a genetic copy that is identical and of a biological entity. Cloning occurs naturally with a good example being in the single celled organisms which undergo the reproduction process through asexual reproduction (Ic.galegroup.com, 2015). Identical twins are also created in mammals when a fertilized egg splits, offering the two almost identical DNA but different from that of the parents. However, clones do not look identical always as a result of many factors including the environmental factors.