WW: What kind of regulations would you like to see on genetically engineered food?
Is trying to stop genetic engineering like trying to put the proverbial genie back in the bottle?
How do you personally stay GE free with the food you eat and buy?
Have you ever left a restaurant because you weren't satisfied by the answer to one of those questions?
In your talk, you referred to genetically modified products that incorporate human genes. Can you tell us more about that?
But it's in the experimental stages at this point?
Do you think there's any potential for the Right to Life movement to get involved in the discussion because of the use of human genes?
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