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The number 1 website in support of human cloning technology, stem cell research, and infertility treatments. 501(c)3 private foundation.

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The Benefits of Human Cloning
Sam Smith lists 16 key benefits of human cloning - from reversing heart attacks to providing a solution to infertility - and says he is only scratching the surface.

22 Reasons for Human Cloning
Twenty-two key reasons to support human cloning, including the practical (for future financial security), the vain (to cure baldness) and the truly awe-inspiring (to cure infertility, fix deformity and prolong life).

The Top 10 Myths About Cloning
No, cloning does not "Xerox" a person. And no, cloning won't produce soul-less babies who aren't loved by their parents. Gregory Pence tackles the top 10 myths that people have about cloning.

Human Cloning is the Cure to Infertility
HCF spokesman talks about reproductive cloning or somatic nuclear transfer and makes the case that it must be a choice offered to infertile parents.

Infertility is a Disease
Linda Rader decries the fact that there are still some people who seem indifferent to the pain endured by men and women who have a socially unrecognized disability: infertility. She cites a University of Nebraska study that measures the distress caused by "involuntary childlessness."5

"Public hostility to human reproductive cloning may be based on an 'illogical and transient fear of a new technology.'"
  -BioNews quoting the British Medical Association
"I would go for it. I would have been cloned."
  -Arnold Schwarzenegger (Extra TV 11/15/00)
In memory for Shauna, who used to host a weekly "Clone 4 Life" chat on America OnLine. Shauna passed away after several kidney transplants but, while alive, fought valiently for human cloning technology and stem cell research. Shauna appeared on TV and in the print media on behalf of human cloning technology.
Randolfe H. Wicker - the world's first human cloning activist. Mr. Wicker founded the world's first pro human cloning group February 26, 1997, immediately after the announcement of Dolly's birth. He also organized the first demonstration in support of human cloning on Saturday, March 1,1997. He has appeared on numerous TV shows and radio programs in support of human cloning.

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This is the official website of the Human Cloning Foundation.

Online since 2/26/1998.

The non-profit Human Cloning Foundation exists to promote human cloning, embryonic stem cell research, and other forms of biotechnology. It started with a Web site in February 1998. It was incorporated in the state of Georgia November 23, 1998 and received its IRS letter of determination as a nonprofit on December 14th, 1999. The HCF exists largely in cyberspace as a collection of volunteers.

The Human Cloning Foundation believes that cloning technology can be used to cure diseases and prolong life. The HCF believes that blood can be cloned, organs can be cloned, and that infertility can be cured with the use of this new technology. We hope that cloning will help unlock the secrets of cancer and lead to its cure. Cloning should lead to remarkable advances in cosmetic and plastic surgery, as well as anti-aging therapies and other forms of rejuvenation. Cloning has already revolutionized biology and medicine.

Human cloning often makes the news. Since the birth of Dolly the sheep, created by Ian Wilmut, and publicized by pro-cloning scientists such as Richard Seed, we have archived pro-human cloning essays. Therapeutic human cloning and reproductive human cloning have been in the news as two separate entities, with supporters for one or both. Some additional supporters of human cloning are bioethicist Gregory Pence and constitutional attorney John Robertson.

Human Cloning is asexual reproduction. A human clone is basically a younger twin. Cloning is on the cutting edge of biotechnology and gene therapy. For some, cloning will be a medical miracle, and a brave new world.

Brave New World is also the title of an anti-cloning book and movie, which made people afraid of human cloning. Cloning is the future; it’s a global trend, and many futurologists support human cloning.