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Should genetic engineering be used on humans or animals?
Genetic engineering should not be used on humans or animals.
The amount of diversity developed through genetic engineering can be seen as unfavorable. Genetic engineering would limit genetic diversity.
Genetic modifications could prove to be expensive which could mean that people coming from poorer families will have a genetic disadvantage.
Genetic engineering can lead to genetic defects.
Some people with religious backgrounds see genetic engineering as "playing God" and consider it unethical.
With genetic engineering, specific traits can be developed and certain traits in an individual can be manipulated.
Genetic engineering on animals could cause an imbalance in the ecology of a specific region.
Genetic engineering can create a natural resistance against certain pathogens that adapt to new genetic profiles.
Genetic engineering can make disease treatments less costly and help stop the spread of disease in an individual faster.
Genetic engineering can increase animal food production.
Genetic engineering gives potential for humans and animals to live longer. It can help us adapt to the changing climate on Earth.
Failing to use genetic modification on humans will lead to the preventable deaths of countless victims of genetic disease.
Genetic Engineering should be easily accessible to the public
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