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It will be many years before foods from cloned cattle, pigs and goats reach the shelves of American markets, but the Food and Drug Administration says  the meat will be safe to eat ,…

FDA Says Cloned Animals Are Safe for Consumption

It will be many years before foods from cloned cattle, pigs and goats reach the shelves of American markets, but the Food and Drug Administration says the meat will be safe to eat ,…

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Dolly the Sheep  became the world's first cloned animal in 1996.

FDA Close to Approving Sale of Meat, Milk from Clones

Dolly the Sheep became the world's first cloned animal in 1996.

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