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Forget GMOs. The next big battle is over genetically ‘edited’ foods

In The Washington Post, anthropologist Glenn Stone weighs in on the state of the GMO debate.

"Already, the controversy over GMOs has become so fractious, said Glenn Davis Stone, a professor of anthropology and environmental studies at Washington University, that even independent scientists have “let their role in educating be trampled by their interest in convincing.” Many are so frustrated by the impasse, he added, that they'll gloss over questions such as regulation, rather than risk giving the other side anti-GMO ammunition."

Read more in The Washington Post.

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