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Monsanto publishes MON863 90 day rat study

GM WATCH daily http://www.gmwatch.org

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Looks like Monsanto's finally been shamed into publishing its Mon863 90-day rat study, after being ordered to release it by a German court.

For the review comments commissioned by the German authorities from Dr Arpad Pusztai on both the full 90-day study and a Monsanto summary see:

http://www.gmwatch.org/p1temp.asp?pid=66&page=1

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MON 863 90 day rat study

Monsanto, June 28, 2005

http://www.monsanto.co.uk/

Monsanto published on Friday the full MON 863 90 day rat study, prior to its publication as a peer-reviewed paper in the journal "Food and Chemical Toxicology".

Click here to read all 1139 pages.

http://www.monsanto.com/monsanto/content/sci_tech/prod_safety/fullratstudy.pdf

Click here for [Monsanto's!] 11 page summary of all the relevant safety information

http://www.monsanto.com/monsanto/content/sci_tech/prod_safety/ratstudy.pdf

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