Report: Cloned Animals Products Compare to Natural A new report says the meat and milk from cloned cattle is not significantly different from that of ordinary animals. The Food and Drug Administration has been considering the safety of animal food products from clones since 2001.
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Report: Cloned Animals Products Compare to Natural

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Report: Cloned Animals Products Compare to Natural

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A new report says the meat and milk from cloned cattle is not significantly different from that of ordinary animals. The Food and Drug Administration has been considering the safety of animal food products from clones since 2001.

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