ERMA Makes Common Sense Decision

Published: Fri 25 May 2001 04:29 PM
The decision by ERMA to allow research to proceed on GE is welcome news, ACT Biosecurity Spokesman Owen Jennings said today.
"This research will hopefully lead to better lives for MS sufferers.
"ERMA’s processes are extremely thorough and safe. Their standards are as rigorous as those of any country in the world. New Zealanders can be assured that their concerns are understood and considered.
"I applaud ERMA for its decision," Owen Jennings said.

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