Really. Are you serious? What a flip tone - "We really like our mammary glands and all". I had a mastectomy two years ago at the age of 41. Yeah, I'd like to have that one back! And honestly - "Some of the rats in the control group developed tumors anyway". Oh, okay, so let's apply this to people. The cancer rate in one neighborhood might be result in a 50-70 percent death rate before a certain age , whereas 20 and 30% in a different town die. Does this not indicate that some crap they've been exposed to is a problem?! Would you move your family into that neighborhood by choice? And most importantly, wouldn't you like to at least KNOW about it?
And tumors aside - they also developed multiple organ failure at a much much higher rate than the test groups - or are we supposed to ignore that also?
What it comes down to is corporate greed - they don't want this stuff labeled because they claim there is "no difference". Yet apparently it is so vastly different that it requires a PATENT! How can you graft a pesticide directly into the genetic makeup of the cell and pretend it is the same? And isn't it coincidental that Monsanto developed this corn to be resistant to their own weed killer Round Up? Double bonus for them - sell the corn to the farmers; sell more weed killer to farmers. "But it really doesn't matter; rats only live two years anyway. "