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Monsanto, one of the world’s largest and most powerful chemical companies, continues to deny that its popular weed killer, Roundup, has an active ingredient linked to cancer. The science is mixed. The International Agency for Research on Cancer says that this active ingredient, called glyphosate, can cause cancer, but researchers with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found the opposite result. Many health agencies in Europe have banned the use and sale of Roundup in their respective countries.
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What does that mean for people who have used Roundup for their whole lives and now are suffering from cancer? It means that these people may be eligible to file a claim in court seeking damages for Monsanto’s careless and reckless behavior, and our experienced Roundup lawsuit attorneys can help.
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Roundup is an herbicide applied to plants and grasses to control weeds. Monsanto (the manufacturer of Roundup) discovered Roundup’s active ingredient, glyphosate, in 1970 and put it into weed-killer for sale in 1974. Glyphosate is the most popular weed-killer in the country, and Monsanto had the exclusive right to sell it until 2000.
People use glyphosate in their home gardens and on their yards, and it is also widely used commercially on crops, nurseries, parks, and golf courses. It’s estimated that people spray about 250 million pounds of glyphosate each year. Glyphosate is a non-selective herbicide, which means it will kill most plants on which it is sprayed by preventing them from making certain proteins necessary for growth.
Because Roundup has the propensity to kill more than just weeds, Monsanto also developed special seeds that are genetically modified to withstand Roundup. Marketed under the name “Roundup Ready,” these seeds will resist the herbicide’s properties and continue growing after being sprayed with it. Monsanto made $4.8 billion from Roundup sales in 2015, and it has also become the largest supplier of seeds modified to be resistant to glyphosate.
Scientists have been researching the potential side effects of weed killers for years, and they have discovered alarming complications linked specifically to glyphosate and Roundup. A Roundup cancer lawyer can help you determine if your exposure put you at risk.
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