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USDA: Escaped, Highly Invasive GE Grass Poses No Environmental Harm

Commercial Approval of Engineered Bentgrass Given Despite Failed Efforts to Stop Its Spread From Old Experiment Plots PORTLAND, Ore.— The Environmental Protection Agency released a final environmental impact statement today giving the green light to genetically engineered creeping bentgrass, a highly invasive grass genetically engineered by Monsanto and Scotts to withstand what would normally be a fatal dose of the herbicide glyphosate. Decades-old outdoor experiments have proven the novel grass impossible to control, as it escaped from “controlled” plots and invaded irrigation ditches, river banks and the Crooked River National Grassland, crowding out native plants and the wildlife that...

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Millions face health risk from ‘toxic’ GM crop

A genetically modified crop eaten by millions of people and animals around the world may be unsafe because of previously undetected toxic effects, a study has claimed. Maize that has been modified to survive being sprayed with high doses of weedkiller contains “worryingly large increases” in substances that can worsen allergic reactions and increase the risk of cancer, according to research by King’s College London. The NK603 maize has been widely planted in the US, Canada, Brazil and Argentina since being approved more than a decade ago. Monsanto, which produced it, said that it was “substantially equivalent” to non-GM...

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JEFFREY SMITH IN ARIZONA : Health Hazards of GMO Foods

10 Disgusting Fast Food Secrets

Posted by David Wolfe on Thursday, May 7, 2015

Walter Crinnion, ND discusses new mycotoxin testing panel with Dr. Shaw, that he will be presenting at the 2018 EHS in Scottsdale, AZ in April. www.environmentalhealthsymposium.com ... See MoreSee Less

A discussion with Dr. Shaw about the new mycotoxin testing panel that he will be presenting at the 2018 EHS in Scottsdale, AZ in April.

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A 2011 Study done at Sherbrooke Hospital in Canada found GMO Bt toxins in the blood serum of 93% of pregnant women tested, and in the cord blood of 80% of their unborn babies. These are the same Bt toxins that are engineered into GMO insecticide producing GMO corn. Independent studies on these Bt toxins have shown caused for concern. This study is over 7 years old, yet to date there has been no follow up. Fetuses are extremely vulnerable during their development and we must do everything we can to protect them from exposure to pesticides. This leads us to ask... WHY HASN'T FURTHER RESEARCH BEEN DONE?

READ the study: www.fondazionedirittigenetici.org/fondazione/files/allegatonews27aprile11numero2.pdf

Independent studies on Bt Toxins show cause for concern: www.gmofreeusa.org/research/bt-bacillus-thuringiensis-studies/

#GMO #BtToxin #Bt #BacillusThuringiensis #insecticide #pesticides #corn #soy #cotton #fetus #GMOFreeCanada #GMOFreeUSA
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A 2011 Study done at Sherbrooke Hospital in Canada found GMO Bt toxins in the blood serum of 93% of pregnant women tested, and in the cord blood of 80% of their unborn babies. These are the same Bt toxins that are engineered into GMO insecticide producing GMO corn. Independent studies on these Bt toxins have shown caused for concern. This study is over 7 years old, yet to date there has been no follow up. Fetuses are extremely vulnerable during their development and we must do everything we can to protect them from exposure to pesticides. This leads us to ask... WHY HASN'T FURTHER RESEARCH BEEN DONE? READ the study: www.fondazionedirittigenetici.org/fondazione/files/allegatonews27aprile11numero2.pdf Independent studies on Bt Toxins show cause for concern: www.gmofreeusa.org/research/bt-bacillus-thuringiensis-studies/ #GMO #BtToxin #Bt #BacillusThuringiensis #insecticide #pesticides #corn #soy #cotton #fetus #GMOFreeCanada #GMOFreeUSA

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GMO Free Arizona shared US Right To Know's post. ... See MoreSee Less

First Chapter free for limited time here: islandpress.org/read-excerpt

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