During the newly concluded holiday period, the Food and Drug Administration issued a tentative finding that the products of some cloned animals are safe for human consumption and that there's no need to do so much as label cloned animal products. The finding is a long-awaited one. The FDA has been toiling for about six years on the question of whether the meat or milk of cloned cows, goats and pigs is safe. However, even if the finding survives the 90-day public-comment period and efforts ...

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