Chilling effect of FDA slowness on approving GM animals that would lead to sustainable foods

| | October 4, 2012
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A salmon with designer DNA has been in regulatory limbo since the Food and Drug Administration concluded that the fish appeared to be safe and without environmental risk two years ago. The process for getting government approval to sell food derived from genetically engineered animals faces what appears to be a hopeless, politicized logjam.
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