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    There are several different efforts currently in progress to clone humans. In fact, several groups have claimed success but offered no evidence to support this claim. In your opinion, is it ethical to continue with these plans? Aside from the ethical considerations, are there any other concerns associated with human cloning? Can you give some reasons for your opinions?

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    In my opinion it is completely unethical to clone humans for commercial or even aesthetic purposes. Leaving religious reasons aside, a cloned human would be a human after all in flesh and blood and it needs to be ensured that his or her human rights, welfare, and health needs to ...

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    The concerns associated with cloning ethics are determined.

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