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Cloned animals should not be farmed for food, say consumersby Sean PoulterDaily MailOctober 9th, 2008Cloned animals and their offspring should not be farmed for food according to the overwhelming majority of consumers, an EU study has revealed.
FDA to review genetically engineered farm animalsAssociated PressSeptember 18th, 2008The government said it will start considering proposals to sell genetically engineered animals as food.
Canada: Are we already dining on clones?by Alex RoslinMontreal GazetteSeptember 6th, 2008Canadians may have been consuming food from clones for years without knowing it, despite a Health Canada ban.
EU lawmakers call for European ban on cloned meatAssociated PressSeptember 3rd, 2008EU lawmakers called Wednesday for an EU-wide ban on meat from cloned animals, claiming that they may be less healthy than other animals.
Clones' Offspring May Be in Food Supply: FDAOfficials Say It Is 'Theoretically Possible' That Americans Already Eating Cloned Meatby Christopher DoeringReutersSeptember 2nd, 2008Food and milk from the offspring of cloned animals may have entered the U.S. food supply, the U.S. government said on Tuesday, but it would be impossible to know because there is no difference between cloned and conventional products.
Cloned Puppies: Sure, They're Cute, But at What Cost?by Brandon KeimWiredAugust 19th, 2008Wired's Brandon Keim asks, for every successfully cloned animal thrust into the spotlight, how many failures were quietly ushered out of sight?
The Strange Saga of "Bernann" McKinneyby Jesse ReynoldsBiopolitical TimesAugust 14th, 2008The story of the first happy customer of RNL Bio's new pet dog cloning service is almost too outlandish to mock. But while cloning certainly seems to attract more than its share of eccentrics, a dismissal is inappropriate.
Geron, Exeter Affiliates Merge to Create Livestock Cloning ShopGenomeWebAugust 12th, 2008Geron and Exeter Life Sciences said today that Start Licensing, a joint venture between the two firms, and ViaGen, a subsidiary of Exeter, have merged to form a new entity that will focus on animal cloning.
The True Believerby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJuly 24th, 2008Michael West remains a man on a mission -- immortality.
Cloning Canine Patriotism?by Marcy DarnovskyBiopolitical TimesJuly 11th, 2008Hwang Woo Suk's dog cloning company is running online auctions and a "Golden Clone Giveaway" essay contest. Fortunately, the media are mostly ignoring the hype.
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