WASHINGTON -- The National Academy of Sciences here said last week regulatory agencies should do a better job of coordinating their work regulating plants that have been genetically modified to resist pests. ng whether particular genetically modified plants pose a threat. The committee emphasized it was not aware of any evidence suggesting foods currently on the market are unsafe to eat. It also said no strict distinction exists between the health and environmental risks posed by plants ...
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