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Using these sources, I will show the pros and cons of reproductive and therapeutic cloning, and will eventually come to the conclusion that reproductive cloning is not a viable option to society today, while therapeutic cloning is worthy of further research. Cloning is an issue that is currently being heavily debated in the fields of science and medicine, and has also spurred debate in the fields of religion and politics. Cloning is usually branched off into two categories: reproductive and therapeutic (Agnihotri). Reproductive is used to produce children, while therapeutic is primarily used to help with treatment of diseases. Advocates of cloning believe that it can offer great medical benefits by providing treatment or even cures for serious medical conditions.
Running head: SCHOLARLY CRITIQUE 1 A Scholarly Critique Sara Stevens Walden University NURS 6000 Section 23, Success Strategies in The Masters of Science Program in Nursing September 22, 2012 Running head: SCHOLARLY CRITIQUE 2 Scholarly writing is written by professionals of their field who intentions are to provide a deeper understanding of their topic of interests. Scholarly writing differs from free writing in that it must be supported by reliable evidence. Without supporting evidence the writer’s argument will fall short and be considered unreliable or false. As discussed in the NUR 6000 course study notes (“Introduction to Scholarly writing, 2010) Scholarly writing has to have a purpose, an audience (usually similar
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Robert John Russell "Evolution and Christian Faith: A Response to Cardinal Christoph Schönborn: Intelligent Design Is an Ideology, not a Science," America, February 20, 2006. Peter Slevin "Evolution's Grass-Roots Defender Grows in Virginia," Washington Post, July 20, 2005. Peter Steinfels "Eighty Years After Scopes, A Professor Reflects on Unabated Opposition to Evolutionists," New York Times, June 18, 2005. Steven Waldman "Careful What You Wish For," beliefnet, 2006, www.beliefnet.com. Web sites Evolution Minute www.evolutionminute.com Evolution Minute posts current and archived news podcasts that feature commentary from all sides of the controversy regarding the origins of life brought about by fundamentalist Christians and Muslims questioning Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
Gene Therapy: Gene Therapy is a well known medical treatment that is used to help combat, prevent, or treat a disease that affects cells by substituting, removing or incorporating brand new genes into the body of the affected individual. In other terms, it is essentially manipulating a person’s genetic material. In the coming future, this technique could possibly allow doctors to essentially insert a gene into a patient’s cell without the difficulties of either using drugs or surgery. Although gene therapy is seen as a promising technique for a wide variety of diseases, however a lot of people believe we are essentially playing with god as we were created the way we are and should not be modified. Through this essay I will be talking about whether or not we are "Playing with God" It is often talked about whether gene therapy used on humans to manipulate human genes should be allowed, as it could be seen as "playing god" as we are essentially altering fundamental aspects of the human makeup God created, or simply the dangers involved in changing the human genome.