Is Genetic Engineering Beneficial Or Harmful?


Genetic engineering can be beneficial to some while others will think that it is harmful. The risk of genetic engineering is the potential harms to health and the potential environmental harms.
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Genetic Engineering can be very harmful because it is harmful to a person's health and the health of the environment. The biggest concern for both is the creation of new toxins.
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Well, none, as long as production of such plants is regulated responsibly (we don't want CO2 levels reduced too far.
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