Anti-GM ad uses Seralini study to try to swing WA vote

The following is an edited excerpt.

The TV advertisement linking genetically modified crops to tumours in rats is encouraging people to vote against the Liberals and Nationals at the upcoming Western Australian election, because of those parties support for genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

The ad, produced by the Safe Food Foundation, is based on the Serelini study into GMOs which has been criticised as poorly designed and reported in limited detail by other scientists.

Read the full article here: Anti-GM ad tries to swing WA vote

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