One hundred and seven Nobel laureates have come out with a letter urging world governments and NGOs like Greenpeace to support genetically modified crops, especially the Golden Rice.
A new expert review has confirmed what we suspected all along. GMOs are safe. New report is from the US Academy of Science
Genetically engineered crops are safe for humans and animals to eat and have not caused increases in cancer, obesity, gastrointestinal illnesses, kidney disease, autism or allergies, an exhaustive report from the National Academies of Science released Tuesday found.
Work on the 388-page report began two years ago and was conducted by a committee of more than 50 scientists, researchers and agricultural and industry experts convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. It reviewed more than 900 studies and data covering the 20 years since genetically modified crops were first introduced.