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UConn Launches Science of GMOs, Explains When Did GMO Become a Negative Term

13:00 EDT 13 Jun 2019 | ISAAA

In an op-ed article in UConn Today, University of Connecticut Program Specialist Stacey Stearns writes about the benefits of GMOs, citing that while most people associate GMOs with food products, they actually began in the medical field with insulin, an important part of diabetes treatment. Stearns writes that despite documented benefits of GMOs, 8...

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