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Studies on glyphosate, Roundup, organophosphates, pesticides

Study list on Roundup, glyphosphate, ordered by author or organization.


NEW 5/3/2016: There is a new searchable library of studies, which makes it easy to find what you want by using tags. Studies have links to at least the abstracts, and many of them have links to the full study. This service provided to you free of charge by this blog. 80+ studies so far.

NOTE: I'm open to all studies showing that glyphosate is safe, but I need free access to the full study. Abstracts do not help to analyze the study. If you have such studies please contact me in the comments. Thank you.

Updated: 11/19/2018
  1. NIH PMC library here
  2. Glyphosate restrictions around the world. PDF From Pesticide Action Network. 
  3. List of studies from GMOFreeUSA.  
  4. List of studies from Glyphosate.eu
  5. PAN releases summary of studies showing glyphosate danger. 
  6. Glyphosate and cancer risk, graph. The cancer risk is inconclusive. But there are other dangers.
  7. Database of studies grouped by disease. 
  8. Pesticide Action Network (PAN) list of 600+ studies showing harmful effects of glyphosate. https://www.pan-europe.info/press-releases/2016/10/comprehensive-new-review-monsanto%E2%80%99s-glyphosate-underscores-urgent-need-global
Interesting links

Which agencies say glyphosate is safe or unsafe.


=====Monsanto sourced studies

Not peer reviewed.

Monsanto publication quantity, by field of study, 1972-2009. From MIT. A stacked bar graph showing studies published by Monsanto by field of study per year. There must be 1500+ studies here.Compare these studies to objective third parties.

Monsanto glyphosate page. Link.

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Studies on organophosphates

Chien, W.-C., Chung, C.-H., Jaakkola, J. J. K., Chu, C.-M., Kao, S., Su, S.-L., & Lai, C.-H. (2012). Risk and Prognostic Factors of Inpatient Mortality Associated with Unintentional Insecticide and Herbicide Poisonings: A Retrospective Cohort Study. PLoS ONE, 7(9), e45627. http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0045627. Full article here. PDF available.

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Studies on pesticides

Magner, J├Ârgen, Petra Wallberg, Jasmin Sandberg, Anna Palm Cousins. Human exposure to pesticides from food. For Coop Sverige AB. 2015. Report number: U 5080. Result: eating organic foods reduces urine levels of pesticides by 6.7x. The results of the 2011-2012 survey show that pesticide residues were found in 86% of fruit samples and in 46% of vegetable samples  Link to full PDF.

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