European food safety agency dismisses anti-GM maize study as flawed

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The European Food Safety Authority has dismissed as flawed the controversial maize study by Gilles-Eric Séralini and his research team at France’s University of the Caen, which purportedly showed that rodents fed a strain of genetically modified corn with Monsanto’s Roundup Ready developed tumors and died.
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