Human/Animal Cloning
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Taiwan: DOH SAYS NO TO CLONED EDIBLES

Human/Animal Cloning

SOURCE: Taipei Times, Taiwan
AUTHOR: Angelica Oung
URL: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2008/01/07/2003396037
DATE: 07.01.2008

NOT COPYING US: The US FDA is expected to approve products from cloned animals for human consumption, but they will not appear on Taiwanese shelves anytime soon

An expected decision from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to declare cloned animals safe to eat will not affect Taiwan's policy on food produced from such animals, a Department of Health (DOH) official said yesterday.

Cloned Livestock Poised To Receive FDA Clearance

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By JANE ZHANG in Washington, JOHN W. MILLER in Brussels and LAUREN ETTER in
Chicago
January 4, 2008; Page B1

Get ready for a food fight over milk and meat from cloned animals and their
offspring.

After more than six years of wrestling with the question of whether meat and
milk from them are safe to eat, the Food and Drug Administration is expected
to declare as early as next week that they are.

The FDA had asked producers of cloned livestock not to sell food products
from such animals pending its ruling on their safety. It isn't clear whether

Cloned cats that glow?!

Human/Animal Cloning

Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2007 2:35 PM by Alan Boyle

AFP / Getty Images

CLICK FOR VIDEO Photos from South Korea's Ministry of Science and Technology
show cats with a gene for producing red fluorescence protein. The cats appear
normal in visible light, at left, but their skin glows red under ultraviolet light, at
right. Click here or on the image to watch the video from NBC's TODAY show.

FOOD FROM CLONED ANIMALS - A BAIT AND SWITCH?

Human/Animal Cloning

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle, USA
AUTHOR: Osagie K. Obasogie & Pete Shanks
URL: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2007/1...
DATE: 05.10.2007

CONSUMERS FLOOD FDA WITH OVER 130,000 COMMENTS OPPOSING FOOD FROM CLONED ANIMALS

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Americans urge agency to adopt a mandatory ban on untested, cloned food

Washington, DC (May 3, 2007) - A coalition of consumer, environmental and animal welfare organizations today announced the submission of more than 130,000 comments to the Food and Drug Administration from consumers who oppose the Agency's proposed plan to introduce food from cloned animals into the U.S. food supply.

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