ONE consistent message repeated during the House Energy & Commerce Committee's Dec. 10 hearing on the Food & Drug Administration's role in regulating genetically modified (GM) foods was that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are as safe as their conventional counterparts.
Although the debate has typically been fueled by deep emotions and rhetoric, the hearing began an honest discussion about a national mandate to essentially label a bre
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