Food
The most common concerns about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) among environmentalists, doctors, scientists, and public interest advocates have to do with the health risks they might pose, the environmental pollution they might cause, and the biodiversity they might threaten.  Although these are all valid concerns, there is not yet any overwhelming evidence that genetically engineered food is dangerous.  But the debate is currently relegated to scientists and other experts, with very little opportunities for the public to explore and debate questions of values, beliefs, and priorities. Without considering these it will be impossible to truly weigh the risks and benefits of modified food.

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