GMOs, Health & Disease — by Michael Antoniou October 24, 2012
Editor’s Note: Michael Antoniou, PhD, is reader in molecular genetics and head of the Gene Expression and Therapy Group, King’s College London School of Medicine, London, UK. His work and experience with genetic engineering is comprehensive, working in the field for almost three decades, making him well placed to highlight the dangers and shortcomings of genetically engineering our crops. Kudos to him for standing up and speaking out against Big Biotech at a time when many scientists are afraid to do so. The document you can download below is an excellent addition to the armoury of anti-GMO educators and activists. Please share this page widely.
An evidence-based examination of the claims made for the safety and efficacy of genetically modified crops.
by Michael Antoniou, Claire Robinson and John Fagan
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