whose anticipated results of the whole action are deemed disastrous to animals and nature. Although many argue that the need to improve food conditions in developing countries underpinsan ethical obligation to extend the use of genetically modified foods, they fail to indicate the possible impacts of the technology on these regions. It is unethical to extend advancement whoselong-term effects remain a grey area in contemporary research. As a result, further research should be conducted to determine the underlying grey areas concerning the use of genetically modified foods.
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