2003N-0573 Draft Animal Cloning Risk Assessment
FDA Comment Number : EC401
Submitter : Mr. Kyle DeAngelo Date & Time: 01/03/2007 03:01:51
Organization : n/a
Category : Individual Consumer
Issue Areas/Comments
GENERAL
GENERAL
Please DO NOT PASS:
Docket: 2003N-0573 - Draft Animal Cloning Risk Assessment; Proposed Risk Management Plan; Draft Guidance for Industry; Availability.

You are here to protect the public NOT the special interest groups and companies.

If you pass this you will force millions into the Organic market which is still not receiving enough government funding to lower the prices for consumers and make it affordable.

It also seems clear that you will not require any labeling on product's or menu's at restaurants that will clearly indicate the item(s) as "Cloned Food." Nor does it seem you will force the food industries to provide clear and available alternatives that have NO CONTACT with your "Cloned Food" at each and every company providing groceries and restaurant services.

Cloning is NOT natural. Why don't you try to find "natural" solutions to farming and propose that the government actually help subsidize our nations farmers instead of these massive "Gene" companies? Maybe then our farmers can get out of debt and support their families while they work to support the U.S. and other countries food supplies.

Please DO NOT pass this or any other Docket that promotes or allows ANY Cloned Food products, including food where plants and/or animals have been fed with Cloned feed products of any kind. I think the public has had enough of the FDA ignoring what is smart. Have you forgotten what happened the last time you let something go into the public sector that was considered "safe" even though it doesn't occur in nature?

Animal feed = Mad Cow Disease, a paranoid public and a tainted food system.

"Cloned Food" = some yet unknown health problem(s) down the line, a paranoid public and a tainted food system.

Please DO NOT PASS:
Docket: 2003N-0573 - Draft Animal Cloning Risk Assessment; Proposed Risk Management Plan; Draft Guidance for Industry; Availability.

Sincerely,

Kyle DeAngelo
Baltimore, Maryland