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Jun

GMO bananas could soon help decrease infant mortality and malnutrition in AfricaHuman trials are set to begin on genetically modified bananas with vitamin-enriched, orange-colored flesh, but GMO critics are concerned.

GMO bananas could soon help decrease infant mortality and malnutrition in Africa
Human trials are set to begin on genetically modified bananas with vitamin-enriched, orange-colored flesh, but GMO critics are concerned.

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    Scientifically ignorant anti-GMO activists should take responsibility for the millions who die from Vitamin A...
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    Also: all cultivated bananas are sterile. They lack viable seeds. They are all clones of each other propagated from...
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    In my food research literature this is called “functional foods” and they are a BIG thing.
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