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Republished study: long-term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize. – Gilles Seralini


Glyphosate, pathways to modern diseases II: Celiac sprue and gluten intolerance.

State-of-The-Science on the Health Risks of GM Foods (accredited scientific research cited).

A long-term toxicology study on pigs fed a combined genetically modified (GM) soy and GM maize diet – Journal of Organic Systems, 2013.

GMO Myths and Truths – An evidence-based examination of the claims made for the safety and efficacy of genetically modified crops (Edition 2).

Hematotoxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis [Bt Toxins Toxic to Blood of Mice] – Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases.

Potential adverse health effects of genetically modified crops – Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health.

New Analysis of a Rat Feeding Study with a Genetically Modified Maize Reveals Signs of Hepatorenal Toxicity.

Impacts of genetically engineered crops on pesticide use in the U.S. — the first sixteen years.

Systemic risks of genetically modified crops: the need for new approaches to risk assessment.

Union of Concerned Scientists – Failure to Yield, Evaluating the Performance of Genetically Engineered Crops.

Commercialized transgenic traits, maize productivity and yield risk. Nature biotechnology volume 31 number 2, February 2013.

Seed Giants vs. U.S. Farmers Report – The new report examines broad socioeconomic consequences of the present patent system of GMOs including links to loss of seed innovation, rising seed prices, reduction of independent scientific inquiry, and environmental issues.

  • MonicaD

    Great resource. Thank you so much for this!

  • christina

    Thank you!

  • Dr_MJ

    not that I am a huge fan of GMOs but I opened several of these and they are either not peer reviewed or they do not directly address GMOs. sloppy work weakens your argument.

  • Tom

    These studies look convincing to the untrained reader, but unfortunately, they don’t stand up scientific scrutiny nor are they really robust enough to make any blanket claims about GMOs. The details matter here people. If your really curious and want to learn more, I suggest start by doing a quick 30 second Google search with the papers title and the word “review” after it.

    • Just me

      Thanks for the heads up Monsanto…LOL

      • Tom

        Ah yes, the good old Argumentum ad Monsantium. Lol indeed