Never ones to shy away from a good debate, health and wellness advocates are already locking horns with biotechnologists over the ethics of cloning, even though the Food and Drug Administration has given only preliminary approval to foods derived from cloned animals. Cloning companies such as ViaGen and Cyagra claim they don't see what the fuss is about, describing their processes as a natural evolution of animal husbandry, which already uses techniques such as artificial insemination and ...

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