We in fact have three entirely different stable methods for cloning your cells (direct reprograming, implantation into an oocyte, and fusion with ES cells), and while only one of them readily leads itself to creating an entirely new embryo (oocyte fusion), the others could do so with little work (and a probably healthier final product). Of course, there is little more than a novelty in creating an entirely new organism. The important thing these three methods do is create farms of pluripotent stem cells carrying your unique genome. Regardless, human cloning moved past the theoretical a long time ago.
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