Peer-reviewed study looks at the differences between GMO corn and its natural, non-GMO counterpart

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(Natural News) Proponents of bioengineering and the genetic modification of crops insist that these changes improve farming, make crops more resistant to pathogens, give them a longer shelf life and enhance their nutritional profiles. They even go so far as to say that genetic modification is the future of farming and will ensure food stability for…

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