Public hearings scheduled for this week by the Food and Drug Administration are expected to make a small splash in what appears to be pending approval for the AquAdvantage salmon — an Atlantic salmon that's been modified with genes from the faster-growing Pacific species and another fish. The milestone event is important because the fish is the first genetically modified protein ever to be considered for human consumption. That the FDA's review of the science behind the AquAdvantage salmon ...
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