Kenyan scientist dismisses French GM study results

A leading Kenyan scientist has disputed the recent findings by a French scientist that rats that fed on Gm food died early due to cancer. Instead Prof J.O. Ochanda, Coordinator, Centre for Biotechnology & Bioinformatics (CEBIB), University of Nairobi defended the GM maize terming them ‘safe’ for food and animal feed. On September 19, a French scientist published the findings of a study in the Jounral of Food and Chemical Toxicology involving 200 rats grouped into three.

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