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World Health Organisation brands Glyphosphate “a probable carcinogen”

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In a study, published Friday 20th March 2015, in the Lancet Oncology, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), working for the WHO, has labeled glyphosphate probably carcinogenic saying there was evidence that glyphosphate was carcinogenic in humans for “non-Hodgkin lymphoma.” This puts Glyphosphate in the top but one category of cancer risk along with EMFs. There are four categories.

Gluphosphate is contained in Rounup, by Monsanto whose GMO foods have also been linked to cancer.

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