Raheemat Ibraheem: Human Cloning
In this presentation, I will be discussing the topic "Human Cloning". I am researching this topic because there are a lot of questions recently on why the efforts on human cloning have been reduced or have not yet been incorporated in modern medical society. In this presentation, I would be covering the pros and cons of human cloning; how the pros can impact medicine, and how the cons can affect society. Not only is this research paper educational, but it is also relevant to change-making in society. Part of this research paper explains how women can be subjected to harsh treatment since their eggs are an important material in this process. This has just violated article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
About the Author-
Raheemat Ibraheem is a first-year student at Miami Dade College, where she is currently pursuing a degree in Biology with the aim to become a dermatologist in the future. She is one of the participants and winners of the EAC symposium at MDC, where she presented her research about cloning. In addition, she provided some solutions to minimize the negative stigma society might have about cloning. Her interest in medicine and studying more about the human body has led to her involvement in multiple clinical shadowing, where she gained relevant knowledge on how to apply her educational skills to solve real life problems. During her free time, she enjoys watching medical/sci-fi movies, learning new words, and putting outfits together. Upon completion of her undergraduate studies, she intends to apply to medical school to further her knowledge in science and progress towards her future career.