Can GMO corn cause allergies? Don’t believe Elle’s scary story. - Slate Magazine

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Thanks for that pointer.
The paragraph quoting Goodman was better than the ones quoting you though. Maybe cause Goodman started by admitting that there is a new protein (or two or three) in there, where your less lengthy quotes didn't explain it in as much detail. I'm not saying it's your doing.

I don't think I've read Jon Entine before. It appears scientific journalism may not be an oxymoron. I didn't see a place where he obviously didn't get the science - that's very rare.
And I read "the book" (Tomorrow's Table) a few months back. Pretty good. Thanks.
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