SCIENTISTS CLASH OVER WHETHER CLONED ANIMAL FOOD IS SAFE TO EAT

BY DEIRDRE MASON

ARE meat and dairy products from cloned animals safe to eat? Some countries are pressing ahead to open up a new potential food market. However, there are signs that the European Union is asking for more time before it makes its own decision.
There is little doubt that, with the recent decision from the US Food and Drugs Administration that meat and milk from cattle, pig and goat clones pose no safety concerns, a very important green light has been given to the potential cloned-food market. If the EU eventually follows suit, ...


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