FDA decision on clones animals as food
In the Jan 1 (2007) issue of Theriogenology issue, FDA scientists
Larisa Rudenko and John C. Matheson wrote that the FDA “concludes that
meat and milk from clones and their progeny is as safe to eat as
corresponding products derived from animals produced using contemporary
agricultural practices." Since there seems to be no difference between
the meat and milk from cloned and non-cloned animals, the FDA might not
require labeling of such products.
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The health and ethical implications of producing food from
cloned-animals should be weighed heavily. Our bodies are temples of the
Holy Spirit and God’s animals need to be treated with compassion and
respect. Our actions reflect our beliefs.
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