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Long-term effect of GM crops serves up food for thought

The media has inflamed public fears about the risks of genetically modified crops for human health and biodiversity. But many responsible scientists agree on the need for more research to identify potential long-term problems.

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Long-term effect of GM crops serves up food for thought. Nature 398, 651–652 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1038/19381

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