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Some believe genetic engineering is moral because it can be used for the good of mankind. Others believe it is not moral because the DNA should not be artificially changed. Still others question the uses of genetic engineering based on the way it is being used. Ultimately, whether one considers genetic engineering as moral is something they must determine for themselves.

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