She is more than likely talking about an EPA study from the 1980s that found glyphosate does, indeed, increase the likelihood of developing cancer.The 2015 IARC report points out that the EPA had originally classified glyphosate as possibly carcinogenic to humans in 1985.
· Agenda 21 In New Zealand · Surveillance Society/Police State · 'Terrorism' & Engineered Wars · Eugenics / Depopulation Agenda · Religion As A Tool For Control · Common Law Vs Statute Law · The Climate Change Scam · Chemtrails & Geoengineering · Suppressed Science · Positive New Technologies · Cures, Health & Wellbeing · Dangerous & Dirty Technology · Spiritual Aspects & Metaphysics · The Extra-Terrestrial Presence Recently, the U. Environmental Protection Agency issued a new report declaring that the weed killer glyphosate does not pose any meaningful risk to humans, but the report is not likely to end the debate over the safety of the world’s most widely used pesticide.
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The investigation does a great job of outlining the history of regulation of glyphosate and how Monsanto - glyphosate is the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup - has been able to influence and subvert regulatory agencies in order to make glyphosate the most widely used pesticide in the world.
The detailed investigation reveals that nearly every time a Monsanto chemical was receiving negative attention from scientists and researchers, the biotech company would hire its own researchers and firms or pressure government employees until they came to Monsanto’s preferred conclusion.