The FDA says its OK for the U.S. to eat meat and drink milk from clones. This means the U.S. will be on the bleeding edge of cloneburgers worldwide. The agency will be presenting its assessment for final approval soon opening up a whole new area of agri-science. The agency scientists said dozens of studies indicate everything will be just fine.
Implications - Two of the companies involved with the cloning process are Viagen and Cyagra. The studies done on these two companies have shown that the difference between cloned milk and meat and non-cloned is slim to none. Although these studies are saying it is completely safe, a lot of people are still very weary on the subject.
FDA Has No Beef With Eating Cloned Animals
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Cloned Cattle OK For Consumption
- By: Going Like SixtyJan 16, 2008 Updated: May 10 2011