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Genetically modified food: good news but bad press

By Pamela Greenwell and Sanjiv Rughooputh

Abstract

The negative aspects of genetically modified (GM) foods are often presented in the media. Reports of 'supercrops',\ud 'superweeds', allergic reactions, health hazards and environmental damage have appeared. So, are GM foods really bad news or is the public simply being misled about the good and bad aspects of this technology?\u

Topics: UOW2
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