Kenya opens doors to genetically modified crops

Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto announced that in October of 2015, Kenya will be lifting its ban on genetically modified (GM) organisms. The ban was imposed in 2012 after the release of a now-retracted, controversial study by French scientist Gilles-Eric Seralini linking GM corn to cancer i...

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