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Lab Animals fed GMO-corn get Cancer. GMOs: Feeding the Masses, or risking a Plague Equivalent? Prof. Seralini’s studies confirmed as immaculate, re-published!

By hkugler at Aug. 19, 2014, 1:34 p.m., 10978 hits

These lab animals had no choice but to eat the GM-corn they were fed: For pictures click here http://www.DrHansKugler.com , or - if this doesn't work,
click on this: http://www.enveurope.com/content/26/1/14/figure/F5 - - GMO-corn-fed animals.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE THE RIGHT TO KNOW WHAT IS IN YOUR FOOD, or do you believe that food manufacturers/processors have the right to define whatever toxic brew they are concocting as “food”?

Because of the dirty practices by GMO manufacturers - - hysterically trying to prevent having to simply disclose any GMO content in foods, and harassing scientists who report risks with GM concoctins - - we put out a new release, summing it all up: http://www.Expertclick.com/NRWire/Releasedetails.aspx?id=59598 . Please forward this to everybody you know in Oregon, where a “yourRightToKnow” issue is on the ballot.

Once upon a time there was real science, documented and confirmed with publications in prestigious journals. When, in health-related fields, we leaned about stem cells, the master DNA/RNA and it’s telomeres, and how the endocrine system connects it all, there were only Ooohs, and Aaahs, and we felt privileged when getting a glimpse at God’s ingenuity and logic that allowed a mere 4 letters (varying combination of 4 bases - guanine (G), adenine (A), thymine (T), cytosine (C)) to describe all living things.
Then industry, when it didn’t like published risk-finding data, triggered orchestrated campaigns of harassment. Examples from just the last few years include Ignacio Chapela, a then untenured Assistant Professor at Berkeley, whose paper on GM contamination of maize in Mexico (Quist and Chapela, 2001) sparked an intensive internet-based campaign to discredit him. This campaign was reportedly masterminded by the Bivings Group, a public relations firm specializing in viral marketing – and frequently hired by Monsanto.
The distinguished career of biochemist Arpad Pusztai, came to an effective end when he attempted to report his contradictory findings on GM potatoes Delborne, 2008). Even threats of physical violence have been used, most recently against Andres Carrasco, Professor of Molecular Embryology at the University of Buenos Aires, whose research (Paganelli et al. 2010) identified health risks from glyphosate.

Much of the dirty – special interest-dictated – business became obvious when prof. Giles Seralini of Caen University, France, published the results of GMO-fed animals: http://www.enveurope.com/content/26/1/14/figure/F5

“BUT” - - the opposition will proclaim - - “this paper was retracted.” BUT not by the author.
So, what is going on here? About one year after publication, the paper was retracted; not by the author, but by the publisher (?). Guess what? A new editor, appearing out of nowhere from the GMO industry – retracted the paper; they say, because of complaints from scientists, mistakes, using the wrong animals, and more.

It turned out there were no mistakes made, the same animals were used by Monsanto (from where much of the complaints originated), and hundreds of fellow scientists signed a letter supporting the paper’s author, Dr. Seralini of Caen University in France.
“Dirty business,” you might say! Read the open letter, signed by hundreds of Seralini supporters, and you’ll see where truly questionable ethics originated - - - with the GMO industry: http://www.independentsciencenews.org/health/seralini-and-science-nk603-rat-study-roundup

Then the opposition complained that guidelines for publishing were not followed: suddenly the Monsanto people - - those who apparently have no problems killing people with their GMOs (are the cause of suicides by farmers in India) - - expressed concern regarding the ethical treatment of laboratory animals ( - - even though the GMO industry uses similar laboratory set-ups). “PHONY?” - - we, totally, agree! - - again!

In a last-ditch effort the GMO people complained that the laboratory animals used were cancer-prone. Response: What do they think people are, cancer-prone, or cancer-resistant?

Animal studies are done in several general stages - - like our longevity studies, performed as Roosevelt U, Chicago, where we achieved average life-span increases of nearly 100% - - to a) get a general feeling about the modalities involved, b) more focused on the modalities involved, and, finally, c) precise studies, following established guidelines, to confirm previous findings.

The paper was re-submitted to a Springer Journal, Environment Sciences Europe, underwent the most rigorous review ( - intentionally so tough that nobody could object if it passed) - - - and it passed with flying colors, and was re-published: http://www.enveurope.com/content/26/1/14

But the story doesn’t end here, with a victory for true science! Further discoveries about GMOs are scary as hell. Here are just a few new research findings:
a) Responding to claims from the GM industry and some scientists, journalists, and commentators that there is a “scientific consensus” that GM foods and crops were generally found safe for human and animal health and the environment, scientists responded, calling these claims “misleading”, adding, “This claimed consensus on GMO safety does not exist.” - - - http://www.independentsciencenews.org/news/no-scientific-consensus-on-safety-of-genetically-modified-organisms
b) Regulators Discover a Hidden Viral Gene on Commercial GMO Crops. How should a regulatory agency announce they have discovered something potentially very important about the safety of products they have been approving for over twenty years? http://www.independentsciencenews.org/health/regulators-discover-a-hidden-viral-gene-in-commercial-gmo-crops
c) More dirty Monsanto Smear Tactics exposed: The Goodman Affair: Monsanto targets the heart of science: http://www.independentsciencenews.org/science-media/the-goodman-affair-monsanto-targets-the-heart-of-science

For more details about anti-aging research - - the science, longevity studies, how to calculate your Gene-expression age, telomere-lengthening, regenerating, modalities, how to make NTSCs, stem cells with YOUR DNA, see my book “LIFE-LONG HEALTH: learn how to control your genes to stay Young with Age” - - regular $ 18.95 - - which is now available via IAAM – public, non-profit, health education project – as e-book for $ 1.99. http://www.DrHansKugler.com .
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Posts [ 2 ] | Last post Aug. 19, 2014, 1:34 p.m.
#1 - Aug. 14, 2014, 7:22 p.m.
BobbyBoomer

Unfortunately Monsanto is part of the oligarchy that runs the USA - It is no longer the democratic republic the founding fathers envisioned but an oligarchy run by huge international corporations and bankers.

We've been trying to get GMO labels on Genetically Modified products for years, but with zillions of dollars in both bribery and ad campaigns, it hasn't happened yet. Like adding three little letters to the list of ingredients is going to end the world and inflate the price of food. Tell me another one - after all, “New and Improved” in 4 colors didn't cost anything.

When a tangerine was crossed with a pomelo, they changed the name to a Tangelo.

So why is corn crossed with an insecticide and a gene to resist the herbicide “round up” still called corn?

And what about the new Dow “Agent Orange” tolerant plants - I had a friend die from agent orange cancer, and believe me, there are not many worse ways to die.

So I boycott every possible GMO product that I can find, unless certified non-GMO, organic, or imported from a non-GMO country. That includes the big 4 (corn, soy, cottonseed and canola), plus beet sugar (actually I avoid all sugar), yellow squash, zucchini, US dairy products, etc. I look at the ingredients and avoid not only those ‘foods’ but things like dextrose that comes from corn and other derivatives (I hope that's the correct term).

I write to “my representatives” but they don't want to represent me, after all, it's no longer government by the people and for the people, but government by the multinational corporations and for the multinational corporations.

We have the power to reclaim our country at the voting booth, but as long as the majority vote for the two major political party candidates, it isn't going to happen. Instead they are going to run this country until the rich get so much richer and we get so much poorer, that we all grab our pitchforks and do our version of storming the Bastille - and personally, I don't want to be around when that happens.

Bob

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