Warning: GM Rice May Cause Cancer Claim Students in China

by admin on August 27, 2014

Sustainable Pulse reports that students from a university in China claim they were used in an allegedly illegal GM rice trial by the university, leading to the higher-than-average number of leukemia cases in students.

In a report the students said, “Our teacher told us that the rice used by our canteen is GM rice from the university’s experimental base,” according to Sustainable Pulse.

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Sustainable Pulse reports that Chen I-wan, an advisor to the China Disaster Prevention Association, suggested officials should “investigate if Zhang Qi-fa, the chief developer of Chinese GM Bt rice, influenced the university to feed GM Bt rice to the students on a regular basis,” determine if that directly contributed to an increased leukemia incidence rate, and, if so, to file a lawsuit accordingly.

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