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WMA Strongly Condemns The Cloning Of Humans

27 November 2001

The World Medical Association, the global representative body for physicians, has expressed its serious concern about experiments on cloning by a private research company. The organization has always been strongly opposed to the cloning of human beings, for whatever reason.

The WMA President, Dr. Enrique Accorsi, a paediatric surgeon, stated: "It is unacceptable that this type of research has gone this far. The WMA wants to state its unambiguous opposition to the cloning of human beings."

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