If they get their way, I can imagine the biotech industry later saying
"the fact that traces of transgenic DNA can be found in human urine is
not, in itself, indication of a problem."
>> In fact, this is so widely used, it would be a surprise if you
>> couldn't find it in your urine.
>No argument here.
And I can imagine the biotech industry in the future likewise saying
"in fact, transgenic DNA is so widely used it would be a surprise if
you couldn't find it in your urine."
I find such cavalier attitude towards chemical contamination quite
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