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Scientists support Séralini

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    Federation of German scientists whistleblower award goes to Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini

Federation of German scientists whistleblower award goes to Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini

Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini has been honoured with the 2015 Whistleblower Award by the Federation of German Scientists (VDW) and the German Section of the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (“IALANA”).

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Scientists support Séralini: Introduction

Following the publication of Séralini’s 2012 study on the health effects of GM NK603 maize and Roundup,1 the editor of the journal that published the paper was bombarded with letters from GM proponents demanding that the paper be retracted.
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Dr Doug Gurian-Sherman, USA

Dear editor,

The recent paper published in your journal by Séralini et al. has resulted in controversy. This has led to calls to retract the paper. I strongly reject such interference in the normal and accepted processes of science, and
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Dr Clive Ashworth, UK

Prof. Séralini has provided some very strong evidence to support the existence of some unexpected toxic effects of products considered previously as safe. Obviously there will be people to question these results, since they are likely to have important
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Dr Didi Baev, Bulgaria

comparative studies have been made over relatively long periods of time. It is known to experimenters that comparative studies achieved during relatively short periods are not appropriate to detect long-range toxic effects.

Dr Didi Baev, molecular biologist/biochemist/microbiologist, Bulgaria

Dr Pushpa M. Bhargava, India

The study by Gilles-Eric Séralini and his colleagues was long overdue. It is amazing that no one had so far done such a study to look at long-term chronic effects of GM crops. The study has filled this long-felt
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Dr Bruno Bordenave, France

Witnessing the strong pressure to get these research results withdrawn is shocking and contradictory to the principle of democratic science itself. Anyone is entirely free to provide arguments against this study, within the frame of the normal democratic debate.
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José Brochier, France

As an agronomist (University of California, Davis) specializing in food crops under tropical conditions, I am scandalized by the immediate undocumented claims of some scientists against the value and consistency of Gilles-Eric Séralini’s 19 September 2012 paper. Those people
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Ellie Campbell, USA

Prof. Séralini’s work on the inherent dangers of unleashing genetically modified food into a rodent population is groundbreaking and vital. I support him and his research, and commend him on his bravery. The cattle ranchers may have greater lobbying
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Danièle Clavel, France

The debate on the putative risks of genetically engineered plants (GMOs) has unfortunately not been based on the discussion of extant experimental data but is still limited to a fight of pro’s and con’s. One of the main reasons
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