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Dr. Oz weighs in on new GMO study, label concerns

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A new study finds that genetically modified foods pose no additional risk to your health or the environment. Dr. Mehmet Oz joins TODAY to discuss the study and says that while people generally think genetically modified foods are safe, they’re more concerned about what growing these food could do for the environment.