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Posted: 14 April 2010

Genetically engineered crops have provided “substantial” environmental and economic benefits to American farmers, but overuse of the technology is threatening to erode the gains, a national science advisory organization said Tuesday in a report. (New York Times)
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/14/business/energy-environment/14crop.html?src=me&ref=general

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Modified beef set to boost consumer health
Dateline: 12 December 2009
The first genetically modified cows approved by the US Food and Drug Administration were simple creatures. They removed the susceptibility that cows have to Mad Cow Disease and have been incredibly popular. "More than 35% of US cows were sourced from Hematech by the end of 2008. Not bad for a product introduced eight months earlier," grins James Robl, president of Hematech, a biotech ...
 
 
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