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Cloned Food and the Food Supply

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Cloned Food and the Food Supply

Cloned Food and the Food Supply

Cloned Food and the Food Supply

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While silicone breast implants topped FDA-related news this week, the agency is by no means done dealing with controversial issues. Next week, the agency will publish research regarding the introduction of cloned meat into the food supply. NPR science correspondent David Kestenbaum joins guest host Korva Coleman to discuss the likelihood of cloned meat making it to your dinner table.

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David Kestenbaum
*NPR science correspondent

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