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Transcript of Clone:
What is the clone?
Who is involved in the issue?
In the United States, "Arizona and Missouri allow the use of public funds for cloning. Besides,Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, North Dakota and South Dakota laws extend their prohibitions to therapeutic cloning, or cloning for research purposes. Virginia's law also may ban human cloning for any purpose, but it may be open to varying interpretations because the law does not define the term 'human being.'"
Law of clone in the US and our countries.
What are current popular positions about the issue
Dignity of Human life
Reason and explanation for the different positions
How has this issue been viewed in the past?
The law of our countries.
Korea and China both allow the use of public fund for cloning, but they prohibit human clone.
Way to treat incurable disease
Violation of Human rights
Embryo is potential life
Right of Cloned life
Restoration of great man such as Mozart or Einstein.
Embryonic stem cell is not life
What is the "Embryo?"
The embryo means an unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development.
↑ A six-week old human embryo