FDA addresses cloned animals
The Food and Drug Administration is accepting comments from the public on the three draft documents that detail the safety of the use of animal clones in the human food supply.

The first document, a draft risk assessment, finds that meat and milk from clones of adult cattle, pigs, and goats, and their offspring, are as safe to eat as food from conventionally bred animals. The assessment, which was peer-reviewed by a group of independent scientific experts in cloning an…

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