Sep 10, 2015 ... While the process of cloning results in two organisms that are genetically
identical, the clone faces risks that the original organism does not.
It's believed that the potential dangers linked with human cloning outweigh the
advantages associated with human cloning, which is why human cloning is ...
The dangers of human cloning have been underlined. A review of the world's
cloned animals, including Dolly the Sheep, found evidence that they are at risk of
May 26, 2014 ... Advancements in science have made cloning seem like the new frontier for the
future, but is it really worth the risk?
Oct 31, 2012 ... ... humans next on the cloning menu? 15 years down the line, the risks of genetic
cloning are all too clear, which we shall try to know more about.
The case of [human] cloning is really quite distinct because there is no clear
weighing of risks and benefits. The risks to the cloned individual are enormous.
Mar 25, 2001 ... Scientists say evidence is mounting that creating healthy animals through cloning
is more difficult than they had expected, four years after ...
THE DANGERS OF CLONING HUMAN LIFE. Forays into the unknown easily
generate anxieties that, upon examination, turn out to be baseless and irrational.
Sep 19, 2009 ... The risks of animal cloning are immense. The cloning process is inefficient and
cloned animals have been observed to have higher rates of ...
Animal Cloning: A Risk Assessment. Center for Veterinary Medicine. U. S. Food
and Drug Administration. Department of Health and Human Services.