Jon Woodhouse: GMO Studies & Conflicts of Interest

In this brief article, Jon Woodhouse (MauiHawaiiTheWorld) discusses conflicts of interest in studies that have favorable results for GMOs.

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gmo-word-white-735-350Researchers have found that a large share of scientific studies on genetically modified (GM) crops were tainted by conflicts of interest, mostly because of having an employee of a GM producing company as one of the authors or having received funding from the company.

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