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In the middle of the night, I’d wake up and think of him. I couldn’t even go to the movies, because seeing another couple kissing or touching would make tears roll down my cheeks. I saw a psychologist for a while, and about 18 months after Bruce’s death, I felt ready to get pregnant. My doctors decided I was in good emotional shape, and I was eager to make our dream happen. Every day for two weeks before the fertilization, I injected myself with painful shots of hormones. Doctors thawed some of Bruce’s sperm, looking for any that might be moving.
In addition, a clone would not share the same cytoplasmic factors, such as mitochondrial DNA, unless the egg donor and the prototype were the same. Thus, the idea that we can duplicate a person by producing a genetic clone is biologically unsound. 1. Recombinant DNA technology is “a body of techniques for cutting apart and splicing together different pieces of DNA,” according to the National Institutes of Health. 2. Human embryonic stem cells are cells that come from the inner cell mass of an early embryo (four to five days old).
While a strong case has been made for the utility of such an approach, it has been called “unlawful and unethical” if it is done without family consent. This example of treating dead bodies in less than a respectful way has often been carried out in secret and has clearly not achieved societal acceptance as have autopsy and organ retrieval. The majority acceptance of some instances of trespassing the integrity of a dead body in order to benefit others indicates that the strong societal mandate to show respect for a dead body is not inviolable.
Reproductive technology by Cindy Mur