WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration is expected to rule as soon as today on whether producers can make meat and milk derived from cloned animals available to consumers. A report earlier this week from FDA scientists indicated that products derived from cloned pigs, goats and cattle were safe to consume, but backlash is expected from some groups that are opposed to the cloning process and others still concerned about possible health effects. The FDA had previously asked farmers and ...

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