FDA Draft Report Backs Cloned Food

The Food and Drug Administration concludes that cloned livestock and their offspring are suitable for human consumption. The agency's draft report says that cloned animals would pose little or no risk to human health if they enter the food supply. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.

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