CRIIGEN / SERALINI / Support Séralini Team for New GMO & Pesticide Risk Research. Your health is at stake/ Campagne d’appel à dons pour le CRIIGEN


POUR DES ETUDES SCIENTIFIQUES INDEPENDANTES,  pour votre santé et celle des générations futures , soutenez le CRIIGEN

http://criigen.org/manifestation/63/display/Support-Seralini-Team-for-New-GMO-Pesticide-Risk-Research-Your-health-is-at-stake
/user/image/manifestationPicture_175540.pngDonate €5 or more towards the €50 000 project (full project here)

Gilles-Eric Séralini, professor of molecular biology at Caen University and a member of the Committee for Independent Research and Information on Genetic Engineering (CRIIGEN) is internationally well known and respected for independent research on the toxicology of GMOs and pesticides for the past 15 years. He and his team published the first long-term toxicity study of a pesticide and a GMO in 2012. This was confirmed and republished with new data in June 2014. Human exposure to Roundup residues and their bioaccumulation is still poorly characterized and needs to be further investigated.

By supporting our team, you will be contributing to experiments on:

  • Measuring contamination of foodstuffs by pesticides and GMO
  • Measuring contamination of laboratory animal diets by Roundup residues and other environmental pollutants
  • Starting a research program on Roundup bioaccumulation in the organs kept from the 2012 toxicity study and other experiments
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