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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Monsanto and EU hid studies showing glyphosate was dangerous

News from July 13, 2011.

Don't forget, these past articles show a history of corruption with Monsanto, putting profit above people. 

A report from Open Earth Sources (OES) shows Monsanto and EU regulators conspired to hide studies showing glyphosate exposure caused birth defects, DNA damage, endocrine disruption, and more. The European Commission approved glyphosate despite knowing about these results. Studies as far back as the 1980s showed problems with glyphosate and lab animals, which are accepted models for use in studies of substances that might harm humans.


Source
i-sis.org.uk. Last accessed Apr 17, 2016.

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