Proceedings of the Tarumanagara International Conference on the Applications of Social Sciences and Humanities (TICASH 2019)

Ethical Aspects and Laws of Reproduction Cloning in Humans

Authors
Yuwono Prianto, Narumi Bungas Gazali, Viony Kresna Sumantri, Swara Yudhasasmita
Corresponding Author
Yuwono Prianto
Available Online 20 May 2020.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200515.103How to use a DOI?
Keywords
human cloning, legal aspect, Indonesia
Abstract
The original clone that was naturally further evolved into artificial cloning since the end of the 20th century continues to grow rapidly and became a hot issue as ‘ Dolly the sheep ‘ sticking up the surface. There are many obstacles, misperceptible and controversies especially for biomolecular researchers and biotechnology. The topic of cloning is very interesting and challenging and is believed to bring benefits to the advancement of humanity, on the other hand cloning directly related to humanity’s values, ethics, and the full laws of controversies. Cloning can be utilized as a therapist, reproductively, and a replacement. This article is the result of normative legal research that is based on secondary data. Cloning reproductions produce multicell organisms that are genetically idientic without fertilization to form a human clone that removes the unique nature and becomes a burden of immense expectation and environmental acceptance issues also lose Growth period experience. Cloning can be abused as a commodity of goods that can be traded for the benefit of organ transparency, labor, similarity of figures as well as other exploitative acts rather than as a whole person who is feared to be Destroying human dignity so that it is necessary to immediately create strict rules about human cloning.
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