GMO organ damage
Over 81% of corn in America is genetically modified--and can cause organ damage in mammals, a shocking new scientific study shows. So why hasn't our media sounded the alarm?
By: Mera Szendro Bok
January 23, 2010 (San Diego) --Genetically modified corn can damage the liver and other internal organs in mammals. Those are the findings in a new study published in the International Journal of Biological Science. Rats fed GMO (genetically modified organism) corn for just three months suffered serious liver, kidney and other damage.
Over 81% of all corn planted in America is GMO, along with well over 80% of all soybeans. GMOs are used in products widely sold in grocery stores and consumed by people across America.
So why hasn’t our media reported these health hazards to the public?