I am an individual that is more than for cloning. I am a 35-year-old woman who has lost the ability to have children due to cancer. I have since then found my life partner and the only thing standing in our way for a definite future is the fact we cannot have children. There is … Read moreMore than Pro-Cloning
Gay Today is a weekly Internet newsmagazine that also provides two major stories per day. They are unequivocally pro-human cloning and may have covered the cloning issue better than any other newspaper or magazine. The newsmagazine’s coverage of cloning is at http://gaytoday.badpuppy.com/cloning.htm.
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“As a humanist, I see the ability of my species to manage its own evolution to be one of its most wonderful emerging properties, an ability that distinguishes humans from every other species” (Hull 18). Cloning will involve many positive aspects that are often overlooked. Parents will take care of a cloned child just like … Read moreCloning to be or not to be
The Human Cloning Foundation has five board members – a lawyer, a bioethicist, an Internet expert, an activist, and a physician. It’s a nonprofit organization incorporated in the state of Georgia. Most of the board members choose not to be public with their names. Click here to see our certificate of incorporation. Students who want to … Read moreAbout the Human Cloning Foundation
Medical breakthroughs – Human cloning technology is expected to result in several miraculous medical breakthroughs. We may be able to cure cancer if cloning leads to a better understanding of cell differentiation. Theories exist about how cloning may lead to a cure for heart attacks, a revolution in cosmetic surgery, organs for organ transplantation, and predictions … Read moreAll the Reasons to Clone Human Beings
A victim of hepatitis explains his struggle to stay alive. “I’m 31 years old. In 1984 I got “Hepatitis epidemica,” which became chronic. In 1988 in the army, I got “Shigella Flexneri VI,” which lead to diarrhea and additional diagnoses of ulcerative colitis, hepatosplenomegaly, and cirrhosis. I still have diarrhea, sometimes with blood. I have … Read moreThirty-one years of age and needs a liver
The HCF tends to be asked the same questions over and over again. In fact the massive amount amount of email since inception is causing us to create a FAQ on Human Cloning and about the Human Cloning Foundation. This project was started on 03/28/1999. So far we are building our question list. If you … Read moreFrequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Human Cloning and the Human Cloning Foundation
As a sophomore computer engineering student at the University of Texas at El Paso, Miguel had to pick a controversial subject and write a 7 to 10 page research paper in full MLA style. He received an “A” for the class because of this paper. It might be published in a book that all incoming … Read moreThe Cloning Question: To Do, or Not to Do