WASHINGTON—Concerns over the serious health risks discovered in animal cloning have raised new moral and ethical questions about human cloning, reported American Life League in a press release.

Researchers at the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center have consistently found that cloned animals, and often mothers pregnant with the clones, die during gestation or just weeks after birth due, in part, to a lack of needed DNAnormally provided by the male and female parents of the offspring, said the report.

The release quoted Gerald Schatten, head of the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center's cloning lab as saying that “a lot of fetal and neonatal deaths” have resulted from experiments