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Cloning is asexual reproduction in which an exact genetic copy of another plant, animal or human is made by fusing the DNA from an adult cell into a human egg from which the genetic material has been removed, causing it to divide and grow.  

By definition of the National Academy of Sciences, a clone is an exact genetic replica of another organism.

The Christian Medical & Dental Associations provides up-to-date information on the legislative, ethical and medical aspects of cloning. Click the links below for more information on this important issue.

Ethics Statements

 Ethics Statements: Cloning  
   Approved May 2, 1998

Articles and Commentaries

 First mules, then... (Denver Post)  
   Published by The Denver Post, June 8, 2003
 The Overmastering Spell of Research  
 CMA's Stevens meets Pres. Bush on Cloning  
   Washington DC - April 10, 2002
 Cloning would invite human horrors  
   Chicago Sun-Times, February 20, 2003
 Ethics of Human Parthenogenesis  
   by William P. Cheshire, M.D.
 President's Council report reviewed  
 Call cloning 'out'  
   Chicago Sun-Times, July 14, 2002
 Values must guide all scientific studies  
 Cloning is a slippery slope  
 Hybrid Animal-Human Embryos  
 FDA Set to OK Food from Cloned Animals  
 Ominous Implications (Washington Times)  
 Dolly Outcome Disappoints Wilmut  
 Debate on Interspecies Cloning Reignites  
 The U.N., politicians and cloning  
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