Crop conundrum.

  title={Crop conundrum.},
  author={Adrian C. Dubock},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  volume={67 1},
The lead review “Risk assessment of genetically modified crops for nutrition and health” by Magaña-Gómez and Calderon de la Barca,1 ends with a common plea: “more research is needed”. It is valid to put both this plea and the justification for other similar research into perspective. How selective are the reviews that lead to the conclusion that more of such research is needed? What comparators are available? Why genetically modified (GM) crops particularly? And what political effect does the… CONTINUE READING


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