Reality TV star, who spent $80k on looking like a human Barbie, wants to create an ARMY of Barbies

“I AM CLONING MYSELF” – LA woman who spent thousands on looking like a “human Barbie” now plans to make an army of Barbie clones.

  • Marcela Iglesias, 43, has spent over $80,000 on cosmetic procedures to look like a “human Barbie.”
  • Now, the LA TV star is on a mission to create an army of clones.
  • According to the mom-of-one, scientists are already creating human clones but keep this information away from the public for now. 

Marcela Iglesias, 43, a reality TV star and a mom-of-one, has spent more than $80,000 on various cosmetic procedures to become a Barbie lookalike. Although she denies having undergone any plastic surgery, she admits she had a number of “cutting-edge treatments,” such as a spider web lift.

Now the reality TV star has found a new way to preserve her Barbie look – human cloning.

According to Iglesias, scientists are exploring ways to make an “army of clones.” Not only will the mom-of-one be able to eternalize her looks, but she could potentially save lives by donating organs from her clones.

As per Unilad, she explained:

“I want to be cloned and then see if we can use those organs for donation or for myself in the future. An army of clones to use for a good cause would be great. There are far more patients requiring organ transplants than organ donations. By donating my stem cells and some of my eggs, they can be used to create human organs in order to help people that need the transplant.”

The Barbie lookalike believes cloning is already taking place, but scientists keep their discoveries in confidence.

Iglesias shares she got inspired to create an army of Barbie clones by Professor Nakauchi from the University of Tokyo. The Japanese scientist has been researching the possibility of organs based on a patient’s stem cells.

The mom-of-one also lost her father, who needed a kidney transplant to survive. Ever since his passing, she has had 30 million stem cells transplanted into her bloodstream from an umbilical cord. She said:

“If I had a kidney for my father, he would be alive today and the fact that I have 30 million more stem cells that were injected into my body means that I can help with that research. 

I started the research of stem cell therapy because of my father’s diseases and I have learned a lot about it. Unfortunately, my dad passed and he didn’t want to go through the treatment, so I took the advantage of all the information and I decided that it was time for me to do it.”

Professor Nakauchi explains the process of growing organs from stem cells.

The expert reveals that a patient’s stem cells are injected into an animal’s embryo and then implanted into a host animal. Later, when the organs are fully grown, they are transplanted back into the patient. Iglesias commented:

“While this long-term target is still very difficult and far in the future, Professor Nakauchi and his teams at Tokyo University and Stanford University have solved several of the intermediary steps, bringing this final target closer. Also, I believe that animals are being used right now because it is the first phase of the experiment but in the future animals are not going to be needed.”

The reality TV star added:

“In fact, I don’t like the idea of using animals to create the organs. I have three pigs and I love them very much. According to scientists, human cloning is not possible yet or at least they don’t want to tell the public. But I believe there are clones out and about, but it’s very unlikely that they are going to release that information.

There’s a very new series on Netflix called Sweet Tooth that is about human hybrids so they’re already preparing the ‘audience’ – us – for what’s coming, with what is called pre-empting programming.” 

As for her own clones, Iglesias said she wouldn’t mind if they look exactly like her, but she prefers if their minds weren’t “awake.”

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