The world today is offering the best resources to the students’ pursuing their M.D. or MBBS. But its not only offering the degree, they are offering the job. The doctors do it well anywhere by starting their own clinic and having patients regularly, as it seen new diseases enter the arena to wrestle with human beings and finally making them sick of something. The doctors are highly regarded by society, well compensated for their work and have the opportunity to have a positive influence on the lives of many people. Most doctors enjoy their job security and work alongside talented and accomplished colleagues. Typically they portray ideal physicians as devoted to the welfare of patients and to advancement of the medical profession and medical knowledge, responding compassionately to the suffering of patients, humbly mindful of the limits of their curative powers and the harms they may unintentionally cause. The Hippocratic injunction "Strive to help, but above all, do no harm" is the ruling maxim. The medical profession has long subscribed to a body of ethical statements developed primarily for the benefit of the patient. As a member of this profession, a physician must recognize responsibility to patients first and foremost, as well as to society, to other health professionals, and to self. Modern medical science creates new moral choices, and challenges traditional views that we have ourselves. Cloning has inspired the making of many films and documentaries. The possibility of making creatures from the minute particle of human being and animals has excited many of the worlds’ governments to fund the process of research on the topic.
 William Ruddick (1998), Medical Ethics, 2nd Ed. Encyclopedia of Ethics, Lawrence and Charlotte Becker, Garland.