Human/Animal Cloning
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Human/Animal Cloning

SOURCE: Austin American-Statesman, USA
AUTHOR: Lilly Rockwell
DATE: 14.02.2007

Decision is made despite the FDA's ruling that milk and meat from the animals and their offspring are safe.

Austin-based Whole Foods Market Inc. says it will not allow any meat or milk from cloned animals or their offspring to be sold in
its stores.

".We require producers who sell to us to use only natural breeding or artificial insemination as acceptable breeding practices" said

National Council of Churches adopts policies on human biotechnology

Human/Animal Cloning

At its annual General Assembly meeting in November, the National Council of Churches USA adopted an important policy document on human biotechnology titled Fearfully and Wonderfully Made. 248 delegates from 35 member Christian denominations also unanimously passed resolutions calling for a worldwide ban on human reproductive cloning and for regulatory oversight of bio-warfare weapons being developed at government and private sector laboratories.

From Fearfully and Wonderfully Made:

Is FDA Promoting or Regulating Cloned Meat and Milk?

Human/Animal Cloning

ISIS Press Release 26/01/07

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins find cloned meat and milk unethical and unsafe.

This article has been submitted to the FDA. Please circulate widely to your elected representatives

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Massive public opposition

Mikulski Bill Requires Cloned Food to be Labeled

Human/Animal Cloning

26-Jan-2007 CONTACT: Melissa Schwartz 202-228-1122

Mikulski Bill Requires Cloned Food to be Labeled

/"The public deserves to know if their food comes from a cloned animal."/

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Responding to indications that the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) may soon endorse the use of meat, milk and other
food from cloned animals, *Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.)* plans to
introduce the Cloned Food Labeling Act today. The legislation will

Tell FDA: No Food From Cloned Animals!

Human/Animal Cloning

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has completed its review of food from animal
clones and FDA regulators say that the agency will likely approve the sale of cloned
foods this year. FDA's action flies in the face of widespread scientific concern
about the risks of food from clones, and ignores the animal cruelty and troubling
ethical concerns that the cloning process bring. What's worse, FDA indicates that it
will not require labeling on cloned food, so consumers will have no way to avoid
these experimental foods. FDA needs to hear that you don't want food from animal

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