World hunger may seem like a problem far from home.
But, here's an interesting way it affects all of us: whether or not we support GMO produce.
Dr. Roizen's guest this week is Sarah Davidson Evanega, PhD, the director of the Cornell Alliance for Science.
One of her messages is that not all GMOs are created equal. For example, an insect-resistant eggplant in Bangladesh dramatically reduces the need for pesticides and raises the farmers' yields... so much that many are able to make big changes to their lives, like putting warm nutritious food in front of their children three times a day.
Join Dr. Roizen and Dr. Evanega to learn more about how she's fighting world hunger through biotechnology.
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