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False claim

February 16, 2014
dsp Williamsport Sun-Gazette

I would like to point out that the statement "scientific studies have found no evidence that GMOs are more harmful than foods without genetic modifications" cited in the GMO article that ran in Jan 28th's edition is false. If GMOs were harmless, there wouldn't be 26 countries with bans on GMO products, including most of Europe, parts of Asia, and Australia. Even more countries have adopted strict restrictions and labeling. Why? Because research has indicated there are dangerous consequences to both growing and consuming GMOs.

 
 

 

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