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Safe to eat — or not?

Are genetically modified organism (GMO) foods safe? Information that is being spread widely on the Internet draws that into question, especially e-mails and videos about a recent report published in Food and Chemical Toxicology. “The first-ever lifetime feeding study evaluating the health risks of genetically engineered foods was published online on Sept. 19, and the ...

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  1. If genitically modified food isn’t even safe for us to eat than please someone stop scientist from allowing genitically modified humans from being born. Example being humans with DNA from 2 mothers and 1 father. It cann’t be safe for human DNA to be modified and tampered with in such a way if eating cows and plants that are tampered with this way isn’t, can it?

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