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Mutant cows to produce human milk is just sick
posted April 6 2011 19:47.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Who believes that nature made a mistake? And who thinks that scientists are not making one? They have created genetically modified cows that produce human-like milk, in order to make it more nutritious. Human genes were successfully introduced into 300 dairy cows to produce milk with the same properties as human breast milk. Human milk contains lot of nutrients to boost up immune system of babies and reduce the risk of infections. As (still) expected, critics of the technology and animal welfare groups reacted angrily to the research, questioning the safety of milk from genetically modified animals and its effect on the cattle's health. IMHO, this is totally sick, and a bad idea.

Read the original article in this link.

[Link: telegraph]
Tags: mutation   bad idea   annoying   futuristic   sick   innovations   biotechnology   health & nature   
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