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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The news about genetic cloning with the FDA declaration that meat and milk from cloned animals is safe to eat introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The contentious issue of cloned food products examined; details given about the government position and opposition to it. [FDA deputy commissioner for policy Randall LUTTER- says the meat and milk are safe.] [Dairy farmer Frank REGAN- talks about cloning the Deborahs.] [Center for Food Safety Joseph MENDELSON- questions the data.] [At at steak house, two DINERS - react to cloned animals.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Stark, Lisa
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