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As fears of ‘rogue’ GMO wheat ease, Japan lifts ban on Canadian imports

Tyler Dawson | 
One day [in] July [2017], a contractor noticed a few stalks of wheat growing by the side of an access ...
scientists shred study that says genetically modified food makes pigs sick

Viewpoint: ‘GMO paranoia’ blocking scientifically sound solutions to food system problems

Marni Soupcoff | 
According to NPR’s All Things Considered, [genetically engineered pigs] could save farmers millions of dollars on heating and food. ...
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Will ‘reviving’ extinct species lead to ecological quandaries?

Joseph Brean | 
The gastric brooding frog is no regular frog. Like some horror story of ancient myth, it gives birth out of ...

Government oversight permits illegal surrogacy, payment for egg donations in Canada

Tom Blackwell | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On December 3 the ...
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Ontario set to fund IVF treatment, excluding those over-42 and obese

Tom Blackwell | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  An expert advisory panel ...

Why does public have selective hearing on scientific opinions?

Bjørn Lomborg | 
How come we sometimes listen to scientific arguments, but sometimes disregard them entirely? Pew Research Center has done a survey ...

How to address ethical questions of egg freezing

Margaret Somerville | 
Apple’s and Facebook’s announcement last month that they would offer $20,000 health insurance coverage to women employees to cover the ...

Should there be greater regulation on using stem cells in cosmetics and sports?

Joseph Brean | 
Long ago, in last century’s nuclear age, mythical mutations were created by radiation, in a sinister play on humanity’s newly ...

Canadian province to fund IVF, but only one round and one embryo

Tom Blackwell | 
The Ontario government announced it will become only the second province in Canada to fund in-vitro fertilization (IVF) for people ...

Sensational headlines should not cloud reality of India’s GM crop success

Bjørn Lomborg | 
Too often, we let emotion crowd out the facts of a news story. We base our opinions on the most ...

India’s GM crop success bedevils critics

Bjørn Lomborg | 
It’s best two dissect two separate strains of the [anit-GMO] argument [in India]: first, that there is a wave of ...

Modern patients question and go over the heads of their doctors

James Aw | 
Last week I was in California for the Future of Genomic Medicine conference, and I heard a presentation by “the ...

Genetic realities of race aren’t the ones you’d expect

Joseph Brean | 
Race is an intellectual taboo, and racial explanations for human traits are seen as scientific non-starters. From The Biological Jew ...

Fruit growers warn GM Arctic Apple could damage fruit’s image, hurt sales

Tristin Hopper | 
When he started work on the genetically modified Arctic Apple fifteen years ago, President and Founder of Okanagan Specialty Fruits, ...

Greenpeace opposition to Golden Rice “costing thousands of lives”

Brian Hutchinson | 
Patrick Moore, the former president of the original Greenpeace Foundation, along with his brother Michael, a former Greenpeace activist, "despair ...

Trashing rice, killing children

Bjørn Lomborg | 
Earlier this month, 400 protestors destroyed a field trial of genetically modified Golden Rice in the Philippines. Aided by well-meaning ...

Cat DNA database helps convict killer in the U.K.

A killer in Britain has been brought to justice after hairs from his pet cat were found on a body ...
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The myth of India’s ‘GM genocide’

Rubab Abib | 
Several news outlets are reporting that GM crops are causing a wave suicides in Indian farmers, but the theory isn't ...

Who’s afraid of GMOs?

Alan McHughen | 
Who's afraid of GMOs?National PostJeremy Rifkin was the first junk dealer to make big money by scaring people about the ...

Green movement sees Prop 37 as battle against “Big Food”

Keith Kloor | 
The green movement’s worldview today is the same as it was in 1970: Nature is sacred, big business is the ...

Stem cells to optimize match between patient and medication

One of the biggest barriers to the development of new medical therapies is the cost of taking a new drug ...

Stem cells to optimize match between patient and medication

Rebecca Walberg | 
One of the biggest barriers to the development of new medical therapies is the cost of taking a new drug ...