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Holding The FDA Accountable For Failing To Warn About Glyphosate and Monsanto's Roundy Herbicide

Study after study is coming out that accuses glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup Herbicide of causing cancer and many other serious illnesses

Monday, December 28, 2020 - It will be interesting to see if a new administration in Washington DC, one that is more progressive and sensitive to environmental hazards and contamination, can convince the Food and Drug Administration to take glyphosate more seriously. Recently, the FDA has issued opinions that favor big business. The agency is accused of ignoring the potential health hazards of farming with glyphosate weedkiller and instead issuing a narrow-minded approval of the use of glyphosate. The FDA is being challenged by independent scientists at many American universities and institutions. When the Center for Food Safety filed a petition for the FDA to review the registration of glyphosate, the agency merely ignored it. "Rather than rigorously assess the registration based on current science, EPA rubber-stamped Monsanto's assurance of safety, contrary to its statutory duties," DTN's Progressive Farmer reported. The EPAs pro-glyphosate position has not hampered scientists that see the enormity of the potential problem glyphosate is causing to human health and are determined to get to the bottom of things. Roundup cancer lawsuits are represented by top national attorneys with vast experience litigating against big corporations and offer a free no obligation consultation.

A new and informative study has been published by the University of Birmingham recently that exposes glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, as being potentially harmful to human life. The US Food and Drug Administration has repeatedly issued statements that there is no link between glyphosate and human illnesses such as cancer, however, independent scientists beg to differ. Many in the field think that long-term exposure to glyphosate can cause harm to certain micro bacterial species that humans rely upon as part of a healthy and functioning immune system. According to an article published in, scientists are concerned that the government is looking the wrong way at a problem that could have profound consequences for human health down the road. "A team in the University's School of Biosciences used water fleas, or Daphnia, to test the effects of prolonged exposure to concentrations of Roundup deemed safe by regulatory agencies. They found that even at approved regulatory levels, the weedkiller causes embryonic development failure, significant DNA damage, and also interferes with the animals' metabolism and gut function," SciTech reported. This type of conclusion conflicts with Bayer/Monsanto and the FDA's claim that glyphosate affects plant life only and does not harm humans.

The conclusions drawn by Birmingham University scientists and others parallel those of scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) who think that glyphosate not only can cause cancer, but also could be the cause of the epidemic of childhood autism, obesity, and Alzheimer's Disease. Dr. Stephanie Seneff thinks that glyphosate-driven autism could affect 50% of the children in the world in just a few short years if chemicals like Roundup herbicide are not banned according to an article in the Autism Support Network.

Lawsuits are currently being filed against Bayer/Monsanto for failing to warn users of Roundup weedkiller of the dangers of prolonged exposure to the carcinogenic chemical glyphosate.

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