FDA's Call On Cloning Sets Off Controversy

WASHINGTON The Food and Drug Administration has touched off a firestorm of controversy with its announcement that products from some cloned farm animals are safe to eat and don't require special labels. For a number of different reasons, consumer groups, advocates for the humane treatment of food animals, and some religious organizations objected to the FDA's announcement. Trade groups for the most

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has touched off a firestorm of controversy with its announcement that products from some cloned farm animals are safe to eat and don't require special labels.

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