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Guidelines for Human Cloning

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The United Nations realizes that at some future date, some government will be prepared to pay for human cloning in order to develop professional athletics who have been scientifically bred and engineered to win olympic competitions. It is also probable that the owners of major league football and professional baseball teams will engineer athletes to their own specifications. The United Nations has asked your university to develop guidelines for human cloning. What are the implications? Incorporate the elements that you believe should be reflected in the guidelines and the implications of governments and sports corporations which might clone and hybrid professional athletes to their specifications. Cite your sources.

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The United Nations has asked your university to develop guidelines for human cloning. This solutions discusses the implications of human cloning. It also incorporates the elements that should be reflected in the guidelines and the implications of governments and sports corporations which might clone and hybrid professional athletes to their specifications.

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