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Study Links Three Monsanto GMO Crops To Animal Organ Damage

January 13, 2010: 04:41 AM EST
Three genetically modified maize (corn) variations have been linked to organ damage in mammals in a new French study. Mon 810, Mon 863, and NK 603, all developed by Monsanto, damaged the kidneys and liver, as well as the heart, adrenal glands, spleen and hematopoietic (blood cell) system. According to this Natural News report, Monsanto’s research prior to governmental approval was faulty. The study, conducted by a French genetic engineering research group and two universities, urged that import and export of the GMO crops be banned and GMO testing should include at least three animal species, not just rats.
Aaron Turpen, "Three Approved GMO Crops Linked to Organ Damage, New Study Shows", Natural News, January 13, 2010, © Natural News Network
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