Scientists: Kenya’s GMO ban will cripple research, deny food to hundreds of thousands

| November 27, 2012
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[S]cientists are raising alarm over the blanket ban imposed on genetically modified organisms by public health minister Beth Mugo. Researchers say the minister’s move will cripple research in the country and deny food to hundreds of thousands who need relief assistance. The minister imposed the moratorium in the wake of a study suggesting that gmos cause cancer.

 

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