Human cloning has many possible benefits, but it comes with concerns.

2560 (Human Cloning), Letter to the House of Representatives, Cardinal Justin Rigali, June 6, 2007
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Legalizing cloning in humans will save large amounts of lives.

common initial step—called either nuclear transplantation or somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT)—has led Congress to consider bills that ban not only human reproductive cloning but also certain areas of stem cell research. Stem cells are cells that have the ability to divide repeatedly and give rise to both specialized cells and more stem cells. Some, such as some blood and brain stem cells, can be derived directly from adults [-] and others can be obtained from preimplantation embryos. Stem cells derived from embryos are called embryonic stem cells (ES cells). The above-mentioned report from the National Academies provides a detailed account of the current state of stem cell research [].

2560 (Human Cloning), Letter to House of Representatives, Cardinal Justin Rigali, June 6, 2007
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Reproductive cloning is the cloning of a human being.

If that implantation is successful, the egg will divide and develop, so that after nine months, in the case of a human, step seven occurs: the birth of a clone.

3 on Destruction of Human Embryos, Letter to Congress, Cardinal Justin Rigali, January 9, 2007
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, because human embryos are human beings, they must “never be used as a mere means for the benefit of others.” Human embryos are members of the human species at the earliest stage of biological development. They are tiny in size and unfamiliar in appearance, but they are unmistakably individual human organisms—they do not become human at some later developmental stage. Occasionally that “science does not offer a hard-and-fast answer to the question of when human life begins.” The notion that it is impossible for science to answer the question of when human life begins, or even that the question is meaningless, can be convenient for scientists who want to use embryos as raw materials in their technological projects, but it also represents an abdication of the responsibility of science to provide us not only with technological power over nature but also with answers to questions about nature, including answers that might make us reconsider the moral implications of some of our growing technological power over nature.

It is better, in my opinion, not to persue cloning for fear of a distructive outcome in the future.
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The Unveiling of Human Cloning – Underground Bases …

Research into human cloning could bring about the rapid evolution of our species in terms of increased mental ability and a constitution that is impervious to any form of disease.

Human reproductive cloning: a conflict of liberties.

While the morality of crossing species boundaries reflects differing worldviews and is subject to disagreement there are, however, several known risks associated with the transplantation of cells or organs from animals to humans. For example, there is a small but significant risk of the transmission of usually fatal zoonotic diseases, such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (aka “mad cow disease”), porcine endogenous retroviruses (PERVs) and Nipah encephalitis.21 The introduction of these diseases to the human population could have devastating consequences. As a result, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned xenotransplantation trials using nonhuman primates until the procedures have been adequately demonstrated to be safe and until ethical issues have been sufficiently publicly discussed. However, with the advent of stem cell tissue engineering and 3-D printing, xenotransplantation may quickly become outmoded, opening the doors to more complex social, ethical, and legal issues and discourses.22

there are not two distinct forms of human cloning

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9 Unexpected Outcomes of Human Cloning – (Gizmodo …

Though cloning may be seen as a violation of human and religious rights, cloning should be allowed because it can be very beneficial to humans, whether it would be through bringing a loved one back or helping lead to a medical breakthrough....

Human cloning using cells from two men | Time

The DNA in embryo splitting is contributed by germ cells from two individuals—the mother who contributed the egg and the father who contributed the sperm. Thus, the embryos, like those formed naturally or by standard IVF, have two parents. Their mitochondrial DNA is identical. Because this method of cloning is identical with the natural formation of monozygotic twins and, in rare cases, even quadruplets, it is not discussed in detail in this report.