Anti-GMO activists continue to promote retracted Séralini study

The anti-biotech community “has simply dismissed that the scientific integrity of the now-retracted [Séralini] study was ever in doubt,” writes the Center for Consumer Freedom.

After the study—which allegedly showed a link between genetically modified corn and cancer—was retracted, activists continue to cite it, alleging biotechnology is a “lethal poison” and Mosanto is part of a worldwide “conspiracy.”

Activists have “clearly demonstrated that science will not guide their view of genetically modified food.”

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