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Farmers from Ontario to Manitoba possess decried the release of the genetically modified stress of alfalfa into agriculture, citing contamination problems. The National Farmers Union of Canada has brought valid concerns about the approval process for genetically modified crops forth. A huge turn of events: Commercial provider halts government-accepted GM alfalfaThe commercial provider, Forage Genetics International , must have felt the heat. FGI global traits leader Mike Peterson verified that they would not be releasing the brand new GM alfalfa strains this spring: ‘For spring of 2014, Forage Genetics shall not be commercializing Roundup Set alfalfa in Canada anywhere.Sylvie Belleville, CIHR-funded researcher Montreal, Quebec) 5 tips about caring for a relative with dementia Dr. Pia Kontos, CIHR-funded researcher Optimizing care for seniors: what are the best procedures? Dr. Gloria Gutman, CIHR-funded researcher Existing pharmacological treatments for people with dementia Dr. Howard Feldman, CIHR-funded researcher .

CTRC-AACR Symposium to discuss new findings from breast cancer clinical trial More than 9,000 people from more than 90 countries will gather Dec. 8-12, 2010, at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Middle in San Antonio, Texas, for the 33rd Annual CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. The symposium is the largest of its kind all over the world.