Opinion: Ex-FDA official discusses unfair stigma around rbST

06/29/2007 | NYTimes.com

With milk prices rising, it is a shame that activists protest the use of rbST, a protein that stimulates milk production in dairy cows, writes Henry I. Miller, who led the FDA's Office of Biotechnology from 1989 to 1993 and co-authored "The Frankenfood Myth." Milk from rbST-supplemented cows could provide significant environmental and economic benefits, and FDA scientists have summarized more than 120 studies that reveal no human health risk, he writes.

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