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2006-12-28 00:40:00

The government has decided that food from cloned animals is safe to eat and does not require special labeling. The FDA has concluded that cloned animals are "virtually indistinguishable" from conventional livestock.

2006-01-17 13:08:57

PARIS (Reuters) - South Korean cloning expert Hwang Woo-suk, a science superstar disgraced when his pioneering stem cell research was unmasked as a hoax, has a new job offer from a UFO cult that says it has produced six human clones.

2005-12-14 02:05:00

A U.S. stem cell expert who lent his name and credibility to South Korean cloning pioneers asked that his name be removed from their landmark scientific paper on Tuesday and questioned whether the work had been falsified.

2005-11-05 04:05:00

Two-thirds of U.S. consumers said they would either buy or consider buying meat and milk made from cloned animals if the U.S. government declared cloning safe, according to the results of a public opinion poll released on Friday.

2005-07-19 07:17:06

By Claudia Parsons NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Armageddon" director Michael Bay likes big bangs, fast chases and fancy gadgets but his latest movie "The Island" takes a new turn, addressing the pressing political issue of cloning and the ethics of science.

2005-07-19 07:46:20

By Claudia Parsons NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Armageddon" director Michael Bay likes big bangs, fast chases and fancy gadgets but his latest movie "The Island" takes a new turn, addressing the pressing political issue of cloning and the ethics of science.

2005-06-23 21:45:07

The Wisconsin Assembly approved one of the nation's toughest bans on human cloning Thursday despite concerns the bill would cripple embryonic stem cell research in the state where it was discovered.

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2005-05-20 18:20:52

Just a few years ago, Michigan State University scientist Jose Cibelli was considered the leading expert on cloning human embryos to treat and study disease. Now, there's no debate that the cloning king is Hwang Woo-suk of Seoul National University.

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2005-02-10 07:43:48

The campaign committee that spent $35 million last year backing California's novel $3 billion stem cell initiative plans to use its fund-raising prowess to fight a federal bill seeking to ban all forms of human cloning.


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