The Dolly sheep cloning back in the 1997 might eventually lead to the cloning of human being in the future as a result of genetic studies and advantage of technology in human genetic studies. However, in the next 30yrs it will be effective in cloning human beings as there are limited prohibitive measures that protect human beings cloning.  Besides, human cloning is diverse ranging from medical to reproducing needs that s already taking place in research and practice. I think we should clone human organs such as the liver and the pancreas only for the organs that have genetic defects and avoid cloning of the human organs that have no defects. This is because cloning of human organ allows organ displacement therapies but the cloning process fastens the aging process and unknown physical effects (Kass & Wilson, 2014).

Ethical issues that are related with the human cloning are closely related to religious, family, legal and social issues. However, those that concentrate to bioethical issues relate cloning to be related with unethical sense of dividing the human beings into different being while also interfering with the biological nature (Kass & Wilson, 2014). Based on these points of thinking, we should enact strict international laws that prevent human cloning as its Cons overweigh its Pros. For, instance, reproductive cloning portrays against both religious and human ethics resulting to destruction of the nature of science and human practices. In addition, increased involvement in human cloning has reduced the human security and way of life by introducing malpractices. Therefore, the resultant effect of human cloning is exposing the human risks compared to its benefits for a possible international restriction (Kim, 2011).