Henry I. Miller, M.D.

The world is becoming corn-crazy, with widespread hysteria over “contamination” of yellow corn-—and products made from it, such as chips, tortillas, taco shells, even chicken feed—with tiny amounts of a gene-spliced variety. The bottom line is that not a single person is at all likely to be harmed by this StarLink corn. The worldwide furor is the inevitable result of the United States government’s wrong-headed regulatory approach to gene-spliced plants.

StarLink corn differs from other commercial…

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