Similarities between reproductive and therapeutic cloning?
they are both cloning
because therapeutic cloning is creating an organ, a part of a human, while reproductive cloning is literally creating another human, living being. Reproductive cloning poses a lot of major issues such as violation of human rights, while therapeutic cloning could help cure a lot of diseases, even cancer and AIDS.
Reproductive cloning scientist investigate about cells, an egg cell and mix the nucleus, therefore a sollution of the egg cell transfers the nucleus of the somatic cell into the eggcell, then they add mitosis to the egg cell containing the somatics DNA, resulting in an 16cell embryo then it is placed in the womb of a female to create a clone. While therapeutic cloning people look at embyos and how they are formed.
This is an ethical question and is based on personal opinions. There are many types of cloning and two of them are reproductive and therapeutic. Usually when people think that cloning is ethically right, they are mostly focusing on therapeutic cloning which is only creating a whole new single body part from a single cell. People who generally think that cloning is wrong are focusing more on the reproductive cloning which creates an entirely new…