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Uncovered, the ‘toxic’ gene hiding in GM crops

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January 26, 2013 in Health

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A virus gene that could be poisonous to humans has been missed when GM food crops have been assessed for safety.

GM crops such as corn and soya, which are being grown around the world for both human and farm animal consumption, include the gene.

A new study by the EU’s official food watchdog, the European Food Safety Authority(EFSA), has revealed that the international approval process for GM crops failed to identify the gene.

As a result, watchdogs have not investigated its impact on human health and the plants themselves when assessing whether they were safe.

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  1. GMO’s haven’t been around long enough to see their full effect on humans. They have done experiments on rats in which they all developed cancer relatively quickly. I expect a new branch of physically deformed human species that cannot think for themselves or act properly. This new species of human will also have a shorter life span.

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