Cloning is the process by which a genetically identical copy of a certain bacteria, plant or animal is produced by asexual reproduction. There are two types discussed human cloning: therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning, more likely to achieve a therapeutic cloning is more accessible in terms of technique, but also less morally problematic. Ethics of human cloning has become an important issue in recent years. Legalize human cloning is in the heart of the debate world, was proposed legalizing therapeutic cloning as the only way to investigate, with chances of success, the basic criterion for funding such programs as the main objective being to find treatments for incurable diseases. The cloning of human organs and their use for transplantation or cloning human beings must be taken into account technical and economic barriers.
A rise like 'the stuff of fables' Hwang first made himself an international star and put Korea on the scientific map with a February 2004 paper in the ultra-prestigious journal Nature. He and his Seoul National University team reported that they had extracted stem cells from a cloned human embryo.
The second method of cloning a human involves taking cells from an already existing human being and cloning them, in turn creating other individuals that are identical to that particular person....
The term 'clone' originates from the Greek word 'klwn', meaning 'twig', because whenever we divide an overgrown shrub or successfully cultivate a houseplant cutting, cloning has occurred.
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Stem cells have the capability to become any cell in the human body, meaning they could be used in healing spinal cord injuries or treating Alzheimer’s — so being able to extract cloned ones, ready to be inserted into a patient, has been called a "medical holy grail." In 2005 he published a paper in Science showing that he had created 11 embryonic stem-cell lines from skin cells taken from patients.
After publishing those papers in Science and cloning Snuppy, Hwang became a rockstar scientist in Korea in a way that is unlike anything we've seen in the US since Einstein came to Princeton.