Two veteran news reporters for Fox TV in Tampa, Florida have been fired for refusing to water down an investigative report on Monsanto's controversial milk hormone
rBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone). Monsanto's rBGH is a genetically-engineered hormone sold to dairy farmers, who inject it into their cows every two weeks to increase milk production. In recent years, evidence has accumulated indicating that rBGH may promote cancer in humans who drink milk from rBGH-treated cows. It is the link between rBGH and cancer that Fox TV tried hardest to remove from the story.
shouldn't you be posting the information about the link, rather than new reporters ?
When it comes to a lack of understanding about science in general, risk, and the significance of toxicity testing...I will say reporters are not high on my list. "watering down" could just be a way of saying don't get emotional about it, report the facts, not the bias.
I will look a bit for the study you referred to. Hope you weren't bsing....bad juju comes to those who mislead others
Can you post a link to that scientific conclusive report and the exact studies numbers, to include who did the study, where and when, and was the FDA/others notified of it??? Probably not. Sure, many older folks do move to and retire in great numbers to Florida, but stats show they are not dying at a higher rapid rate than anywhere else....maybe it's the great weather? Please tell us Mr. Wisdom!
After reading countless reports from countless sources, common sence and reason come into play. FDA?? You mean Taylor ??? Isn't he still on Monsanto payroll?? You really think people are stupid don't you? If you would spend your efforts correcting problems instead of buying people off, you would probably save money and gain back respect. Your holders didn't appreciate that stock play. Your going down. Hopefully sooner than later.