Modified Crops Not Seen Adding to Human Health Risks: StudyBy
National Academies of Sciences compared U.S., European data
Study also points to problem of insect resistance to GMO crops
Foods produced from genetically engineered crops don’t pose additional health risks to humans compared with their conventionally bred counterparts, according to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
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