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UC Professors Weigh in on Glyphosate (AKA Roundup) and Carcinogenicity

Glyphosate, the “most widely used herbicide in the world,” is in the news a lot lately, largely because the first of thousands of lawsuits, filed by folks who used Monsanto’s Roundup (or other glyphosate-based herbicide products) for decades–who assumed it was … Continue reading

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Food Evolution Film Neglects to Mention Important Facts…Like Glyphosate is a Probable Human Carcinogen

The film Food Evolution, despite being narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson, has been called “a slick piece of GMO propaganda” by Marion Nestle, a prominent nutrition scientist at NYU who was interviewed for it. In response to Nestle’s tweet on … Continue reading

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Monsanto, Henry Miller, and the FDA

I have been reading with interest various articles reporting on the trove of internal documents obtained from Monsanto during the discovery phase of a federal multidistrict litigation against that company that is currently pending in the United States. (The documents, … Continue reading

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Campbell Soup or Monsanto? Who Do You Trust?

How does a company build trust? Campbell Soup and Monsanto appear to be going about it in quite different ways. As reported in The New York Times, the Monsanto Company filed a lawsuit against California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard … Continue reading

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