November 27, 2012

It's Immoral to Oppose Genetic Engineering

Miller & Kershen, National Review


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There’s an old saying that no good deed goes unpunished. That certainly seems to be true for many breakthroughs in genetic engineering. Here are several particularly egregious examples.

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TAGGED: Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, Genetically Modified Organisms, Golden Rice, Diarrhea, Dengue Fever

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