FDA weighs in on genetically modified animals

09/1/2010 | Reuters

The Food and Drug Administration is considering whether to allow a bioengineered Atlantic salmon to be sold for human consumption. Other genetically modified animals seeking FDA approval include the Enviropig whose genes have been altered to affect digestion and cattle that have been bioengineered to resist mad cow disease.

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