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Factor GMO: The curious disappearance of the ‘world’s largest international study on GMO safety’

In late 2014, an obscure Russian group called a press conference in London to announce the launch of the “world’s largest ...
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Viewpoint: What happened to Russian ‘Factor GMO’ study—and why aren’t journalists covering it?

In late 2014, with fanfare and a multi-lingual press conference, a group centered in Russia hacked the food media with ...
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Endocrine disruption and fat-causing “obesogen” theories crumbling as research rolls in

The theory that certain industrial chemicals disrupt our endocrine system and contribute to obesity gained traction in some rat studies ...
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Séralini and other researchers critical of GMOs publish study claiming glyphosate may lead to liver, kidney problems, but scientists skeptical

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Long-term exposure to tiny ...

5 questions answered on glyphosate

The world’s most widely-used herbicide has been getting a lot of attention lately. Last month, an international agency declared glyphosate, ...

Russian outfit plans to spend $25 million to secretly study GMOs

Back in November, a group that has campaigned against GMOs in Russia announced that it was going to do a ...
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Independent? Global anti-biotech groups major funders of longterm ‘GMO Factor’ study

Organizers of the proposed $25 million 'Factor GMO' study announced this week, who claim they will maintain their independence by ...

Anti-GMO NGO–NAGS–announces $25 million “independent” study

A Russian group working with scientists is set to launch what they call the world’s largest and most comprehensive long-term ...
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$25 million for “Factor GMO” study—Are the results pre-determined?

What anti-GMO activists are billing as the most expensive and comprehensive longterm study of the impact of GMO crops and ...