This week a group of scientists based at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai published in Cell the first reported successful cloning of a non-human primate, specifically two macaques named Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua. This marks the 23rd mammalian species to be cloned by scientists and is a giant step closer to successful cloning of a human. As we get closer to the point that such a cloning occurs many bioethical considers should and must be taken into account. Considering the potential risks to the mother, fetus, and successfully born child as well as the overall ethical issues of making a human from a laboratory experiment there are many facets of such an endeavor which need to be taken into account. What are your thoughts on how to address the drive to push the science in the field of cloning?