Ethics. Research. Community.

GM crops: science, politics and communication.

Nature reviews. Genetics. 
4
(10): 
839-843; 
2003. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
As the public debate in Europe about genetically modified (GM) crops heats up and the trade row between the United States and the European Union over GM food escalates, what better time to examine the issues with an international group of experts (Box 1). Their views are diverse, but they all agree that we need more impartial communication, less propaganda and an effective regulatory regime that is based on a careful case-by-case consideration of GM technology. It seems that GM crops are here to stay, so let us hope that these requirements are met and that the developing nations that perhaps have the most to gain from this technology can start to reap its benefits.
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Record TypeJournal Article
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DOI10.1038/nrg1185
ISSN1471-0056