Reproductove cloning help!Watch
What's the difference between theraputic and reproductive cloning I'm really confused.
In reproductive cloning, this clone embryo could be implanted into the uterus of the host mother and could potentially be brought to full term.
In therapeutic cloning, the aim is not to produce another organism, but to obtain stem cells which are pluripotent - meaning they can develop into many kinds of cell. This process could be used in regenerative medicine, which could potentially treat diabetes, Alzheimer's etc.
I'm not sure what point you're making about bone marrow? But the bone marrow is a very rich source of adult stem cells. These adult stem cells will differentiate into erythrocytes (RBCs), leukocytes (WBCs) or platelets. This also has uses in medicine, with fewer ethical issues surrounding the use, and can be utilised to treat diseases such as leukaemia. Hope that helps a bit with the difference between the two.