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. Under those circumstances, they may see cloning as a way to give their pet the "offspring" they denied the animal... when the animal dies. Other people may be driven purely by the novelty of having a cloned pet...
FDA Claims Cloned Animals Safe to Eat by Green Kristine Patient ExpertHealth Maven ? Unappetizing? The photo is of Dolly, a stuffed replica of the first cloned animal in the world. Yummy! (Ick...? On January 16Th, the papers reported that the FDA declared cloned animals and their progeny safe to eat...
Tell food companies that you won't eat food from cloned animals by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven and over 150,000 public comments in opposition, FDA approved the sale of meat and milk from cloned animals... at a time when Congress has voted twice to delay FDA’s decision on cloned animals until additional safety...
What's The Benefit Of Meat From Cloned Animals? by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven from a cloned animal. Not only is this meat not researched near enough, it avoids the actual problems.... Cloning animals involves taking the nuclei of cells from adults and fusing them into egg cells...
Cloned Animals Make Good Meat. WTF? by Missy .. Patient Expert Aug 6 Cloned Animals Make Good Meat. WTF? Missy on August 6th, 2007 The entire premise... that cloned animal meat is safe to eat, wtf? we already kill 10 billion [...] Continue reading about Cloned...
Proposed Ban on Human Cloning and Animal-Human Hybrids by Soulful Patient Expert , a ban on the practice of human cloning and on the laboratory creation of animal-human hybrids... up in various committees. Why should we have such a bill? Aren’t the ideas of human cloning and animal-human hybrids...
FDA approves food from cloned animals by Larissa from healthy cloned animals and their offspring are as safe as those from ordinary animals, effectively... Rick Weiss at the Washington Post wrote an article today about the FDA approving food from cloned...
Failure of Human Animal Hybrid Cloning Could Spark Human Egg Market by Wesley J. Smith Patient Expert that the government had not yet funded the creation of human/animal hybrid cloned embryos. The scientists charged... at Advanced Cell Technology are claiming that using animal eggs to make human cloned embryos doesn't work...
FDA Approves Cloned Animals by Pat S. Patient Expert news last night that the FDA is ready to declare cloned animals as safe to eat. My first thought... a snippet, "...after a 5 year study by the FDA, the cloned animals are virtually indistinguishable...
FDA issues guidelines on cloned animals by Dr. Marion Nestle Doctor of Philosophy The FDA says meat from cloned animals is safe and has produced a bunch of web documents to reassure you that you can eat these things.  Will the meat be labeled as cloned?  Of course not.  The FDA...

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