Monday, 16 May 2016

U.N. Experts Find Glyphosate Unlikely to Cause Cancer

London | Reuters — The herbicide glyphosate, sold by Monsanto in its Roundup product and widely used in agriculture and by gardeners, is unlikely to cause cancer in people, according to a new safety review by United Nations health, agriculture and food experts. Story here.
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2 comments:

PinP said...

This is outrageous. Someone here is either abysmally incompetent or extremely corrupt. This is a vital issue touching on a basic issue of world health. These "experts," no matter "which side" they're on, have bungled their miserable jobs and left a legacy of doubt and confusion. Shame on you! Heads need to roll over this. And soon.

John Fefchak said...

I agree Larry. Something happened along the way, it seems.? The link might help explain this!
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