The world’s best-selling weedkiller, and a genetically modified maize resistant to it, can cause tumours, multiple organ damage and lead to premature death, a new study has revealed. Its results are published in The Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal in New York. Here, experts discuss the significance of the findings.

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4 Responses to “Experts discuss the findings of the Roundup/GM cancer trial”

  1. emmer says:

    so, rio, how would you undertake to determine if roundup and gmo corn are harmful? both products appear harmful to plant and animal life, but it is important that we are certain of the effects of these products. and don’t say “just ban it”, because, as you know, corporations are people and we don’t dare harm them without overwhelming proof of the threat.

  2. Rio says:

    “I am so glad this research was done and published and a picture is worth a thousand words.”
    “I am so glad to see the study and am concerned with the results”
    SHOULD BE:
    “I’m so glad they tortured all those lab rats”

  3. deb liguori says:

    I am so glad this research was done and published and a picture is worth a thousand words. I was starting to think no one cared other than a few like Jeffrey Smith and Mike Adams as well as the organic consumers assoc. and a few more. Please share this with family and friends across the country. The timing of this hopefully with help with Nov election in California as well as the efforts of Dennis Kucinich and others. We all need to protect the help of our future generations.

  4. Barbara Talbert says:

    This corroborates what I have thought all along and I am so glad to see the study and am concerned with the results. It is definitely armor against the pseudo scientific claims of Monsanto and our FDA and USDA that there is no danger from consuming GMO’s and glyphosate. GRAS (generally recognized as safe) status should be revoked for both. Since corn and soy are in everything and wheat has probably been tampered with also, along with other grains, we have to eat very carefully to avoid the cumulative effects. Most at risk are children and babies. We must (corporations and the government) stop going in the wrong direction and turn around this threat to the health and well-being of human beings and to the soil.