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I have 3 questions, not in relation to this article but in your general knowledge.. GMOs are "genetically modified organisms". Organisms that have been genetically altered through gene splicing. This technique is also known as "genetic engineering" or GE. DNA from different species are merged, creating combinations that do not naturally occur in nature. GMOs are engineered with the intention of creating plants that are tolerant to drought, disease and pesticides which in turn will create higher yields. It has not yet been proven that the production of GMO's are meeting these goals, however more and more evidence is leading to the conclusion that GMO's are creating health problems in humans and livestock and contributing to environmental damage. For more information on health issues related to GMO's visit: Organic Consumers Association
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