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Little Or No Starlink Complications

Despite apocalyptic predictions from opponents of genetically improved foods, a panel of scientists has advised the Environmental Protection Agency that there is a “medium likelihood” that Starlink corn could cause allergic reactions in people and there is so little of the corn in the food supply that there is a “low probability” consumers could have developed allergies to it. The panel urged further study of the corn before it is approved for human consumption.

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