CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 13, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) A follow-up report on biotech corn, which is engineered to grow medicine, presented; details given about the escape of the corn, not approved for human consumption, into neighboring soybean fields. [In October, Prodigene CEO Tony LAOS- says he is following procedures that make it impossible for the corn to get into the food supply.] [Friends of the Earth Larry BOHLEN- says someone will end up with prescription drugs or industrial chemicals in their corn flakes.]
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