That's a single study on a single product used in a specific way. Those results have not been confirmed independently and are far from definitive. If a new drug by Pfizer turns out to potentially cause cancer, does that mean all drugs on the market should be banned for potential to cause cancer?untrue or unsubstantiated, such as articles like this?
And we wonder why people are anti-GMO?
Then there are the strong handed tactics monsato uses. Why cant GMO foods be labeled?
monsanto adds fuel to the fire by filing lawsuits to restrict food labeling, and filing lawsuits over cross pollination in nearby fields,,, and so on.
Also, the discussion is on the use of GM foods, not on the business practices of a company.
Please tell me how the process of in vitro modification of the genome itself is "bad" compared to "natural" mutations.You are trying to put cross pollination and gene splicing on the same level.