However, efforts to scientifically replicate and verify the IRT report of precancerous cells from eating GMO potatoes (or other GMO foods) have been unsuccessful. Scientists across the U.S. and the rest of the world have sought to rigorously test the assertions of the IRT and others to uncover any possible toxicity caused by GMOs.
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No consensus on GMO safety among medical scientists. Bruers states: “There is no strong evidence that current GM crops are less healthy than conventional crops. There is a strong consensus among medical scientists that GM crops do not pose a greater threat than conventional crops.
However, the potential toxicity of the protein expressed in a GM food is an essential component of the safety assessment that has to be performed. 40 Potential allergenicity to the novel gene product is another commonly expressed concern. Allergies to non-GM foods such as soft fleshed fruit, potatoes and soy are widespread.