Exposure to Chemical in Roundup Increases Risk for Cancer 41%, Study Finds

Feb. 14, 2019 Originally Posted by Science Daily Exposure to glyphosate — the world’s most widely used, broad-spectrum herbicide and the primary ingredient in the weedkiller Roundup — increases the risk of some cancers by more than 40 percent, according to new research from the University of Washington. Various reviews and international assessments have come to different conclusions about …

Monsanto-Bayer Fudged their Own Numbers to Underestimate Risks of Lymphoma by Blatantly Posting Misleading, Outright Wrong Percentages, to Avoid Raising Suspicions

Now More than 11,000 People Are Suing @Bayer over Weedkiller Cancer Risk. Massaging Numbers in a Faustian Bargain Originally Posted by Dr. Ena Valikov. Roundup, the most ubiquitous chemical in agriculture “does not cause cancer”… …until it does- via a Whopping 41% Increased Risk of Lymphoma?! AGRICULTURAL HEALTH STUDY (AHS) Is this the truth? This?  OOOOPS. Glyphosate increases risks of …

Monsanto Ordered to Pay $2 Billion to Cancer Victims

Originally Posted on May 13, 2019 by Carey Gillam at USRTK After less than two full days of deliberations, a California jury ordered Monsanto to pay just over $2 billion in punitive and compensatory damages to a married couple who both developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma they say was caused by their many years of using Roundup products. After listening to 17 days of …

White House Has “Monsanto’s Back on Pesticides,” Newly Revealed Document Says

Originally Posted on May 7, 2019 by Carey Gillam at USRTK Internal Monsanto records just filed in court show that a corporate intelligence group hired to “to take the temperature on current regulatory attitudes for glyphosate” reported that the White House could be counted on to defend the company’s Roundup herbicides. In a report attached to a July 2018 email to Monsanto global strategy …

Bayer’s Shady PR Firms: FleishmanHillard & Ketchum

PrintEmail by Stacy Malkan at USRTK In the latest PR scandal to engulf Bayer, journalists at Le Monde reported May 9 that they obtained a “Monsanto File” created by the public relations firm FleishmanHillard listing a “multitude of information” about 200 journalists, politicians, scientists and others deemed likely to influence the debate on glyphosate in France. Le Monde filed a complaint with the Paris prosecutor’s …