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Scientists Denounce "Unethical". Use Of Children In Gm Feeding Experiments

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This formal letter of protest relating to a severe breach of medical ethics has been sent by 22 senior scientists to the Tufts University School of Medicine, together with a call for these GM feeding experiments to be terminated immediately.

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OPEN LETTER
Professor Robert Russell,
Professor Emeritus, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy
Tufts University School of Medicine
711 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02111-1524
Email: rob.russell@tufts.edu
Dear Professor Russell,

TUFTS UNIVERSITY INVOLVEMENT IN GOLDEN RICE FEEDING TRIALS

Who Owns Nature?

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ETC Group
News Release
November 13, 2008
www.etcgroup.org

To download the full report: Who Owns Nature?

New report warns of corporate concentration, commodification of nature; highlights global resistance grounded in "Food Sovereignty"

ETC Group today releases a 48-page report, "Who Owns Nature?" on corporate concentration in commercial food, farming, health and the strategic push to commodify the planet's remaining natural resources.

Bioethic$ Inc

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by Leigh Turner, Nature Biotechnology
July 31st, 2004

By now, everyone knows the claims used to argue that bioethicists should accept consulting opportunities and research funding from pharmaceutical and biotech corporations. Proponents of corporate-sponsored bioethics commonly develop variations on three themes.

SWITZERLAND'S GREEN POWER REVOLUTION: ETHICISTS PONDER PLANTS' RIGHTS

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SOURCE: The Wall Street Journal, USA
AUTHOR: Gautam Naik
URL: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122359549477921201.html?mod=googlenews_wsj
DATE: 10.10.2008

Who Is to Say Flora Don't Have Feelings? Figuring Out What Wheat Would Want

ZURICH -- For years, Swiss scientists have blithely created genetically modified rice, corn and apples. But did they ever stop to consider just how humiliating such experiments may be to plants?

Confession Of A Qualified Genetic Engineer - He Bows Before Pope For Punishing Him For His Sins

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This appeal was Completed 11:36 a.m. on 12 March, 2008

Confession Of A Qualified Genetic Engineer - He Bows Before Pope For Punishing Him For His Sins

Confession of A Qualified Genetic Engineer

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