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Experts discuss the shocking findings of the peer-reviewed GMO cancer trial
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Activist Post 
September 20, 2012
The recent study undeniably linking genetically modified foods (GMOs) to cancer  should shock the health world, especially in the United States where the overwhelming majority of grocery store food is derived from GMO base crops.
The new peer-reviewed study to be published in the upcoming Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal in New York proves that GMO corn and world’s best-selling weedkiller, Roundup, causes increased tumors, multiple organ damage and led to premature death in rats.
“This research shows an extraordinary number of tumors developing earlier and more aggressively – particularly in female animals. I am shocked by the extreme negative health impacts,” said Dr. Michael Antoniou, molecular biologist at King’s College London School of Medicine.
Here are the experts discussing the significance of the findings of this unprecedented study:
This study comes at a time when aware consumers in California are trying to force chemical and genetic engineering companies like Monsanto to label any food that contains genetic modification . These recent findings that GMOs are clearly a health threat will likely give this campaign a boost of credibility in the face of millions of lobbying dollars being spent to oppose Prop 37.
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