Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – May 1, 2017


  1. How US NGOs are exploiting Europe’s precautionary chemophobia to ban glyphosate and GMOsDavid Zaruk
  2. Can epigenetics help fuel personalized medicine revolution in cancer treatment?Fabian Filipp
  3. Are neonicotinoid insecticide seed treatments endangering wild bees?Richard Levine
  4. Worried about low T? Treatments unlikely to deliver what they promise — and could hurt youMeredith Knight
  5. Epigenetics Around the Web: Evolution of instincts — How ‘real’ is behavioral plasticity?Nicholas Staropoli
  6. Costly delays: Australia’s sluggish adoption of GMO crops carries a hefty price tagScott Biden

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