Jaydee Hanson

Policy Analyst, Center for Food Safety

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Policy Analyst for the Center for Food Safety, a nonprofit nonpartisan group funded by foundations and individuals, and Policy Director at the nonprofit International Center for Technology Assessment; former staff director of genetics and bioethics issues for the United Methodist Church (1981-2004), and has testified before Congress on many genetics issues

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Early this year, the Food and Drug Administration announced that meat and dairy products from cloned animals  were safe to eat .

Meat and Milk from Cloned Animals in America's Food Supply?

Early this year, the Food and Drug Administration announced that meat and dairy products from cloned animals were safe to eat .

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The Food and Drug Administration announced this week that meat and dairy products from cloned animals are  safe to eat , but the Department of Agriculture is calling for a " voluntary…

Meat and Milk from Cloned Animals in America's Food Supply?

The Food and Drug Administration announced this week that meat and dairy products from cloned animals are safe to eat , but the Department of Agriculture is calling for a " voluntary…

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