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1.  I am hoping that in the near future, we will be able to genetically engineer offspring to not have certain diseases.  I have found that many previous students felt pretty leery about cloning, but most were supportive of genetically engineering these diseases out of the genome.  What are your thoughts?  

Should we or shouldn't we?

2. Take an example where someone has already donated/sold an organ.  If they then need a transplant later in life, where does this put them on the often lengthy transplant list?  Should there be a different placement for those that donated versus those that sold their organ?

3. Another thing to think about is insurance. If the person who sells their kidney winds up needing one further down the road, should the insurance company cover the cost of a new one?

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