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Researchers are hoping to use gene editing to create more effective and less expensive treatment options–compared to gene therapy–for people with hemophilia B blood disorder.
Biotech companies like Monsanto are often blamed for not doing enough to combat consumer skepticism of GM foods. But anti-GMO activists and environmental groups that stir up fear are often given a free pass.
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"It’s so disappointing that they are so wrong on genetically modified organisms,” wrote Harvard microbiologist Kevin Bonham about UCS, reflecting the general concern among scientists that it simplistically criticizes conventional agriculture.
David Suzuki gained international fame from his science media shows. He's since become an environmental activist promoting chemophobia and anti-GMO views.