GM-feed may harm animals’ reproduction

Russian scientists have proven the existence of very serious health risks for animals given genetically modified (GM) feed. This statement was made recently during a press conference of the National Association for Genetic Security (NAGS). According to the authors; a number of pathological changes were discovered in the experimental animals that consumed the GM feed.
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