Scientist to Submit GM Rice That Addresses Vitamin A DeficiencyJenn O'Donnell le 6 août 2013
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They claim it could be in the fields within a year, but national regulators will have the final say. Supporters say it will help the 1.7 million Filipino children who suffer vitamin A deficiency – which reduces immunity and can cause blindness. The body converts beta-carotene into Vitamin A and scientists estimate that one cup of Golden Rice could provide up to 50% of an adult’s recommended daily intake. But campaigners say « Golden Rice » is a dangerous way to tackle malnutrition. They say that it threatens the Philippines’ staple food. Stories like this give GMOs the positive media spin they so deserve and they keep the discussion responsible. Share with us more « friendly GM » stories so we can educate the masses and move this important discussion forward. Read the full story here at BBC.co.uk.