Part 6: Over 2,000 Studies Show Monsanto GM Food is Disastrous to Health (1,651-1,800)

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This compilation is a sample of the scientific references including over 2,000 studies, surveys, and analyses that suggest various adverse impacts and potential adverse impacts of genetically engineered (GE/GMO) crops, foods and related pesticides. – Monsanto

Monsanto – This list contains references regarding health impacts, environmental impacts, including impact of non-target organisms (NTOs), resistance of target organisms, pesticide drift, genetic contamination, horizontal gene transfer, unintended effects, as well as references regarding yields, social impact, ethics, economics and regulations.

In most cases, links are provided to the abstracts for the references or links to sites where the study can be purchased.

GMO SCIENCE & RESEARCH LIST 1651 – 1800

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