Kenyan scientists call on government to lift ban on GMOs after retraction of Séralini study

In response to the retraction of a study allegedly showing that consuming genetically modified corn causes tumor growth in rats, Kenyan scientists have called on the government to lift a ban on GMOs. The study, by French scientist Gilles-Éric Séralini and colleagues, directly influenced the Kenyan government’s decision to ban GMOs last year. The African Biodiversity Network has claimed that the scientists are being pressured by the biotech industry to encourage the government to lift the ban.

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