From mushy corn engineered for ethanol production, to herbicide-resistant superweeds, and to increased incidences of cancer, lymphoma, and other diseases due to application of Dow Chemical’s 2,4-D herbicide on commercial farms, public concerns over GMOs should not be dismissed as an non-issue, as outlined by Carolyn Lochhead’s article published in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Genetically modified crops’ results raise concern
Carolyn Lochhead
San Francisco Chronicle
Monday, April 30, 2012

Genetically modified crops’ results raise concern
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