Three Approved GMO Crops Linked to Organ Damage

Posted: January 17, 2010 in Earth, Nature
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From article:

Genetically Modified crops (or GM) are genetically modified organisms (GMO) that have been altered to meet a specific profile. They have also been the subject of controversy almost since their introduction two decades ago. A new study pinpoints three variations of GM corn (maize) as being linked to organ damage in mammals.

The three varieties in question are Mon 810, Mon 863, and NK 603. The “Mon” is for, you guessed it, Monsanto and the NK is also a Monsanto product, being engineered for herbicide tolerance. The study was conducted by the Committee of Research and Information on Genetic Engineering (CRIIGEN) and the Universities of Caen and Rouen in France.1

The study used the same data that was used by Monsanto to gain approval in several parts of the world. The data was released publicly in 2005 by European authorities when the three GM strains were approved for human consumption in both the U.S. and Europe.

Gilles-Eric Seralini, a molecular biologist at the University of Caen and one of the principals in the study, says that the data “clearly underlines adverse impacts on kidneys and liver, the dietary detoxifying organs, as well as different levels of damages to heart, adrenal glands, spleen and haematopoietic system.”

Each of the three strains produced differing amounts of adverse impact, but the impact on vital organs was universal for all three GM crops.

As I have said before never trust multimillion-dollar companies because they don’t care about you then only care about making money in what ever way that can.

They will kill you if they can make a dissent buck from it, don´t believe me?

Fine, watch “The world according to Monsanto” and look at what they are doing.

Education is the key to your survival.

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WOG out.

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