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GM Press Release March 2014
An ad hoc organization Allow Golden Rice Now will continue its quest to end fear and agenda-driven opposition to Golden Rice with a weekend protest in Vancouver.
Enough is enough! Time to protest the protestors, by demonstrating against Greenpeace and their campaign against Golden Rice, which has prevented this lifesaving innovation from preventing the deaths of millions of children.
According to the World Health Organization, approximately 250 million preschool children worldwide suffer from vitamin A deficiency.
Rotavirus is a scourge of infants and young children especially in the developing world as it can cause diarrhea and fatal dehydration.
In an invited essay in Scientific American this week, Dr. Nina Fedoroff explains why genetically engineered crops and foods benefit both people and the environment.
ACSH's new series where experts debunk the junkiest health and science studies making news. This segment features Dr. Gilbert Ross and Dr. Josh Bloom talking about GMOs and artificially-sweetened beverages