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Link Between GMOs, Miscarriage, Infertility, and Birth Defects?

Anastasia takes a look at the new genetically modified organisms (GMOs,) like corn, that surround you without your permission or knowledge--is there a link to reproductive complications?
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Anastasia takes a look at the new genetically modified organisms (GMOs,) like corn, that surround you without your permission or knowledge. Is there a link between GMOs and miscarriage, infertility, pre-term labor or birth defects?

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