According to Natural News, Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini’s landmark study on genetically modified (GM) NK603 corn and Roundup herbicide received considerable undue criticism from the mainstream scientific community, which clearly didn’t approve of its findings. But this doesn’t negate the fact that Seralini’s study exceeded the standard criteria for honest scientific inquiry, being the only study of its kind to look at the long-term effects of GMOs on mammals.
Here are 10 things one needs to know about Seralini’s study that validates its findings:
- Seralini’s study looked at toxicity, not cancer.
- No other studies have looked at long-term GMO toxicity.
- Everyone uses Sprague-Dawley (SD) rats.
- SD rats and humans are almost equally prone to cancer.
- Seralini’s sample size was appropriate by normal standards.
- If Seralini’s study isn’t valid, neither are Monsanto’s studies.
- Seralini study invalidates Monsanto ”safety” studies.
- Regulators are wrong; GM corn and Roundup are highly toxic to mammals.
- No governments even require long-term safety studies.
- Seralini isn’t alone in discovering GMO toxicity.
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