The BMA Board of Science said, held that more research and. They said we need to address concerns about the risks. – Sir David Carter, Chairman of the BMA Board of Science, said: ‘Our assessment of all the available research is that there is very little cause potential for GM foods to cause harmful health effects. Public health surveillancecognizes the huge public concern about the effects of GM foods and believes that research is still needed in key areas to allay remaining concern about the potential risks to human health and the environment. ‘.
Dr. Nathanson, head of computer science at the BMA, said:’The lack of any indication, genetically modified foods do not cause a threat to human health to complacency. Public health surveillance should be so complete that we can be sure that adverse effects of any dietary change would be recognized. We also need a commitment for research in important areas to minimize the potential risks to human health and the environment of genetically modified foods go. ‘.Research Ohio State has The evolutionary history and the seasonal H1N1 virus, the first humans traceable the 1918 pandemic pandemic of 1918 The is one of three seasonal of influenza A frequent common humans The rest are H1N2 and H3N2.