@Pippinwhite -- I'm inclined to agree with you. Why not use stem cells to help create life, if that's possible, instead of working on cloning, unless we're cloning organs? It's an interesting premise.
A man at our church had a liver transplant and rejected the first one. He had pretty much turned yellow by the time another liver was available. This was provided by his brother, since they just take half the liver, transplant it, and both sides in both patients regenerate. They were afraid he was going to reject the second one, too, but so far, so good, and that's been about five years ago.
It really would be wonderful if the rejection specter could be removed from the transplantation process.