July 04, 2007
Henry I. Miller, a doctor and fellow at the Hoover Institution, author of The Frankenfood Myth
, weighs in on the milks wars over the artificial hormone rBST.
In “Don’t Cry Over rBST Milk,” Miller writes, “Bad-faith efforts by biotechnology opponents to portray rBST as untested or harmful, and to discourage its use, keep society from taking full advantage of a safe and useful product.”
Whether or not scientific studies show that the use of rBST is as safe as not using it, I think it is bad faith to say that milk consumers should not be able
to buy rBST-free milk if they so choose. Continue Reading...