Doubts about GMO safety (Updated 1x)

A study that shows GMO maize isn’t safe; how will this play out in the media and how the FDA will address this?

Three Approved GMO’s Linked to Organ Damage

Friday 08 January 2010

In what is being described as the first ever and most comprehensive study of the effects of genetically modified foods on mammalian health, researchers have linked organ damage with consumption of Monsanto’s GM maize.

The Committee of Research and Information on Genetic Engineering (CRIIGEN) and Universities of Caen and Rouen studied Monsanto’s 90-day feeding trials data of insecticide-producing Mon 810, Mon 863 and Roundup® herbicide absorbing NK 603 varieties of GM maize.

The data “clearly underlines adverse impacts on kidneys and liver, the dietary detoxifying organs, as well as different levels of damages to heart, adrenal glands, spleen and haematopoietic system,” reported Gilles-Eric Séralini, a molecular biologist at the University of Caen.

“Our study contradicts Monsanto conclusions because Monsanto systematically neglects significant health effects in mammals that are different in males and females eating GMO’s, or not proportional to the dose. This is a very serious mistake, dramatic for public health. This is the major conclusion revealed by our work, the only careful reanalysis of Monsanto crude statistical data.”

Related Stories:

http://e360.yale.edu/content/feature.msp?id=2228

http://gefreebc.wordpress.com/2010/01/05/gm-seeds-threaten-world-food-supply/

http://supermarketnews.com/viewpoints/stakeholders-gmo-debate-prepare-1207/index.html

Doubts about GMO safety (Updated 1x)

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