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15 EU nations opt to stay GMO-free

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Supporters of GM products and the manufacturers had argued that if the EU found no health reason to ban them, then individual member states should have no reason to prevent their cultivation.

This sounds like the GMO producers have lobbied seriously and are really intent on selling their products even to those who have reservations.

One is sure though, the GMO have not been around long enough for research that they have no adverse effect on human health in the long term.

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Just remember to tell the wind not to blow and carry GMOs across the borders...

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The onus should be on GMO companies to be sued if their seed blows onto a non-GMO farm, not suing the farm for IP infringement.

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Supporters of GM products and the manufacturers had argued that if the EU found no health reason to ban them, then individual member states should have no reason to prevent their cultivation.

Individual researchers say that log term exposure to Roundup causes cancer. Monsanto says that it doesn't. Which one you trust?

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