Biological Ethics is an issue that has arisen recently due to advancements in technology. Technology has greatly improved over the last decades allowing scientists to reach unimaginable frontiers (Detjen). Advancements in technology ultimately lead to questioning of ethics on science (Edward). Science is changing the traditional way people used to see the world. For centuries and millennia, ethics and values were believed to stem from God’s commandments (Beyley). The question “Should we
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