The "scandal" of genetically modified rice tested on Chinese children

On August 30, the international environmental group Greenpeace reported that a team led by Tang Guangwen, a professor at Tufts University in the U.S., used Chinese children as test subjects for research on a genetically modified (GM) rice known as “Golden Rice.” 

Despite an earlier denial by the lo...

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