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Zimbabwe urged to lift ban on growing genetically modified food

Madalitso Mwando | 
From poultry products to fish, potatoes to apples, Johnson Moyo, a primary school teacher in Bulawayo, has come to enjoy ...

First GM camels to be engineered for drug production

The project aims to slash the prices of life-saving drugs — including insulin, and clotting factors for treating haemophilia — ...

Anti-GM acitivists say spread of genes from GM rice “slow but unavoidable”

GM crop genes, such as those designed for insect resistance, can spread through cross-pollination with wild plants surrounding farmers' fields ...

European regulators back western world’s first gene therapy drug

Ben Hirschler | 
European regulators have recommended approval of the Western world's first gene therapy drug -- after rejecting it on three previous ...
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Is Monsanto sabotaging efforts to label genetically modified food?

Charlotte Silver | 
As the 2012 Farm Bill continues to take shape in the halls of the United States Congress, the immense influence ...

Why is the Gates Foundation helping Monsanto push GMOs?

Paige Aarhus | 
Monsanto and the Gates Foundation claim genetically modified crops will revolutionize agriculture in Kenya, but critics warn the technology is ...
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