Grist touts discredited GM pig study

The following is an excerpt.

You’ll remember, I’m sure, the recent brouhaha over a French study by scientist Gilles-Eric Séralini that purported to find evidence that a GMO-based diet caused tumors in rats. Critics immediately raised significant questions about that study and the consensus quickly became that it was poorly conceived and executed. It was also the study that caused several science writers to conclude that anti-GMO sentiment was the moral equivalent of climate denial. Good times.

So is this new study [linking a GMO diet and inflammation in pigs], as the critics are already asserting, “L’affaire Seralini” redux? Let’s take a look.

Read the full story here: Look who’s squealing now: GMO lovers freak over new study of sick pigs

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