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January 20, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
The Food and Drug Administration has decided it has the authority to regulate human cloning, and agency officials warned Monday that it would be a violation of federal law to try the procedure without its approval. "Through the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, we do have the authority to regulate human cloning, and we are prepared to assert that authority," acting FDA Commissioner Michael A. Friedman said. The announcement by a Chicago-area physicist, G.
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January 20, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
The Food and Drug Administration has decided it has the authority to regulate human cloning, and agency officials warned Monday that it would be a violation of federal law to try the procedure without its approval. "Through the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, we do have the authority to regulate human cloning, and we are prepared to assert that authority," acting FDA Commissioner Michael A. Friedman said. The announcement by a Chicago-area physicist, G.
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January 7, 1998 | RICK WEISS, THE WASHINGTON POST
A Chicago scientist says he has assembled a team of doctors prepared to clone a human being before Congress has a chance to ban the procedure, and says eight people have already volunteered to be cloned. The scientist, G. Richard Seed, is a physicist with a PhD who has been involved in various kinds of fertility research since the early 1970s but has no university or research laboratory affiliation.
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February 11, 1998 | EDWIN CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bipartisan campaign to ban human cloning has stalled in Congress, where antiabortion forces that fear the destruction of genetically engineered embryos are pitted against scientists who contend a ban would block cutting-edge biomedical research. In an effort to break the deadlock, Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott has scheduled a vote today that could pave the way for the Senate to take up two competing measures to restrict cloning research.
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