The American Academy of Environmental Medicine states, "GM foods have not been properly tested" and "pose a serious health risk. ***Not a single human clinical trial on GMOs has been published***” (emphasis mine). Petri dishes and labs tests will never equate human clinical trials, as the human body is enormously complex. If few or no human clinical trials have taken place, how can the biotech industry simply “assume” GMOs are safe – basing conclusions solely on other types of testing? Isn’t the assumption of safety yet another form of broad-based correlation?