In other words cloning is a field characterized by diverse implications and uncertain results.
Although proponents of cloning have praised it for the ability to repairs the nervous system, cloning has been found to causes irreparable nervous injuries the moment it back fires meaning that, it may complicate the burden of disease it purports to resolve. As much as there are advantages of taking care of the nervous system injuries, due to the production of the same types of cells with no change in genome, incase of future attacks of pathogens on the cells the cells may not survive as is intended. Consequently this is not yet fully researched and using human beings as objects of laboratory tests is ethically wrong and against the code of scientific studies (Gurdon, & Colman, 61).
Also cloning has been found to increase the risk of somatic cells mutations, which may even trigger the growth of malignant cells making the situation even worse. This may be caused by the side effects of medications used in and after the process of cloning. The process of cloning as it pertains to this issue has not yet been authenticated. In addition, the new homogenous cells have been found to be easily affected by diverse climatic changes and have less resistance to pathogens (Gurdon, & Colman, 103). New cells that are similar may not be able to fight pathological attacks in case of diverse environmental changes (Gurdon, & Colman, 42). Scientists on the hand are not sure of the implications of this kind of treatment on patients.
Medication used during invalid and convalescing stages may cause cells mutations (Rifkin, 90). As much as cloning may be the only option to saving the life of a patient, the implications are worse because of implications. With cloning to repair nervous system injuries even the scientists can not predict for how long the cells will keep working. The viability of the process has enough flaws and needs to be investigated more and more and verified. If a conclusion is made that cloning will reverse the aging process and hence reduce the burden of disease, this will just be a speculation.
The human cells are unique in there own way and cloning of somatic cells to reverse old age process and diseases may have adverse negative implications that may trigger some mutations. With the reversing of the aging process, there may