Boo to moo?

March 1999
Mothering;Mar/Apr99, Issue 93, p31
Reports on studies that have raised doubts about the safety of recombinant bovine growth hormone (RcBG), a manmade genetically engineered hormone given to cows to increase their milk production. Canadian study that reviewed data used by RcBG manufacturer Monsanto to obtain United States government approval for the product; Possibility of increased cancer risks.


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