How bad do you think GMOs genetically modified organisms (foods) are for you?
Playing god is never good.
There have been many studies done, most funded by the food companies themselves, so we know exactly what we can do with those studies.
One study stands out though. They fed half the mice GMO and the other half, regular food.
The GMO half had a much higher propensity toward developing cancer.
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