Podcast: University of Florida geneticist Kevin Folta tackles cancer threats, pesticide abuse and other anti-GMO myths

| | November 25, 2013
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On the science blog imprüvism, host Armi Legge tackles the GMO debate and interviews Kevin Folta, professor and department chair of the horticultural program at the University of Florida.

“In this podcast, you’ll cut through the controversy and get to the facts.,” Legge says. They discuss how GMOs are made, how they improve crop yields and benefit farmers and some of the more controversial topics such as whether GMOs cause cancer, infertility, autism or other diseases.

Listen to the podcast here: GMO Foods: Your Burning Questions, Answered

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