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Food, medical genetic techniques 'cannot be separated' – risk expert

It is illogical to support genetic science for medicine but not for food. With special feature audio and video.

Nevil Gibson
Fri, 16 Sep 2016

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A risk management expert says advances in medical science using genetic engineering techniques cannot be separated from their application in other areas such as agriculture.

Dr Sweta Chakraborty, associate director of the Institute of Science for Global Policy in New

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Nevil Gibson
Fri, 16 Sep 2016
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