Elephants have had 55 million years to figure out how to resist cancer. An analysis shows that elephants express many extra genes derived from the critical tumor suppressor gene TP53.
The conventional wisdom is wrong: crop diversity is not collapsing. Our changing diets indicate there are reasons for both concern and hope for the future of our food supply.
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David Suzuki gained international fame from his science media shows. He's since become an environmental activist promoting chemophobia and anti-GMO views.
Organic industry funded non-profit now certifies almost 30,000 products as GMO free, including salt, which contains no DNA.