Update Science should make us ask why we let potentially deadly dangers from common foods off easy but go after GMOs?
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Michael Shintaku earned a PhD in Plant Pathology from Cornell University in 1991. He grew up on his grandparents and then his father's farm, and attended Kau High School on the Big Island. Michael is a professor of Plant Pathology at the UH-Hilo College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Management. (He is expressing his own opinions, not those of his employer.)
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