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Curr Oncol
Vol. 20, No. 2, 2013; Pages: e59–e61


Genetically modified foods, cancer, and diet: myths and reality

L.Z.G. Touyz

Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University, Montreal, QC.

Abstract

Avoiding gmfs will neither stop nor prevent carcinogenesis. Healthy eating from modern mass food production demands informed choice to realize the full benefits of nutrition and to eschew co-factors for cancer. Vaccination against known causes is desirable, and complementary therapies help to palliate cancer morbidity. Scientists are free to express their ideas, but they bear a responsibility to be objective and to provide a full, open, rational, and transparent account of any research evidence procured to substantiate their views.

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