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Hot Air and Cat Hypeby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesDecember 3rd, 2009Allerca Lifestyle Pets is getting out of the hypoallergenic cat business - if it was ever really in it.
Welcome to the Clone Farmby Karl PlumeReutersNovember 13th, 2009Government approvals of meat from cloned animals have stirred controversy about whether tinkering with nature is safe, or even ethical, prompting major food companies to swear off food products from cloned animals. But consumers are likely already eating meat and drinking milk from the offspring of clones without even knowing it.
Hwang is Convictedby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesOctober 27th, 2009Hwang Woo-Suk, the notorious Korean stem-cell and cloning researcher, was given a suspended two-year prison sentence and three years of probation by a Seoul court on Monday.
Cloning for Kicksby Pete ShanksGeneWatch (Sep-Oct 2009)The enthusiasm for cloning animals has survived the failure of the technique to develop as once expected.
'Octomom' doctor expelled from fertility groupby Rita RubinUSA TodayOctober 18th, 2009The "octomom"'s doctor has been expelled from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the main infertility professional organization.
Strange New World[Book Review]by Jeanette WintersonThe New York TimesSeptember 20th, 2009Margaret Atwood's new novel, "The Year of the Flood," takes place in the same bioengineered world as her 2003 work of speculative fiction, "Oryx and Crake."
Monkeys, Mitochondria, and the Human Germline by Jesse ReynoldsBioethics ForumSeptember 18th, 2009The researchers into radically novel techniques display an alarmingly casual attitude toward risks to the potential children born, the difficulties and dangers of obtaining the large numbers of the required women's eggs, and the potentially dire social consequences of human inheritable genetic modification.
Lou Hawthorne Quitsby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesSeptember 18th, 2009BioArts, the successor to Genetic Savings and Clone, has stopped selling dog clones.
Korean Cloning Updateby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesSeptember 3rd, 2009A cloned wolf has died mysteriously, and other news from Korea.
First Cloned Wolf Found Dead at Zooby Bae Ji-sookKorea TimesSeptember 1st, 2009The world's first cloned wolf was found dead last Saturday at Seoul Grand Park, South Korea.
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