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Although human cloning can cure diseases and reproduce babies, the risks of human cloning still overweigh the benefits; therefore, it is necessary to have an international and national organisation to monitor the development of this technology. Human cloning especially therapeutic cloning is the solution for health problems. It can be used to clone stem cells to cure diabetes patients, help discovering new medicines, and supply organs and tissues to transplant. Scientists use patient’s skin cells to produce new stem cells, and then replace the damaged cells to help curing diseases. However, the stem cell treatment is only suitable for a patient who is in the early stages of diabetes.