Development and Impacts
It is vital to understand that cloning has profoundly advanced science. Through the
process, while studying the reactions in the cloned organisms, it is possible for scientists to study
the genes that with a link to human diseases. For instance, by examining the behavior as it
happens to cloned monkeys, biologists and healthcare experts can monitor how different genes
alter the human body (Coghlan, 2018). Apart from disease identification, cloning has opened up
significant business opportunities in science. There is no doubt that people spend a lot when they
want their pets cloned.
So far, it is evident that the progress is procedural and the impacts are far-reaching. In
spite of that, cloning has been experiencing significant setbacks which as well have made human
cloning a mirage. The leading one is the fact that it is a challenge to collect adequate human cells
for the process. Considering that there is also the element of reprogramming, it might take more
than the current inputs to realize the feat. The issue of resistant genes is high, and blockage may
hamper replication (Regalado, 2018). The problem of cost has been a significant setback which
also limits reproduction.
All in all, despite the current challenges and ethical issues facing cloning, it is evident
that the process is gradually progressing while doing all that is possible to achieve its
reproduction objectives. As time advances, human cloning might also be an ordinary process
despite the challenges of reprogramming and gene blocking that limit cell combination in the
present day. Indeed, like it took place in sheep and monkeys, everything develops after
addressing its challenges. Also, governments should support such research since it is a way of
improving health through disease patterns monitoring.