The active ingredient in Roundup, a weed killer manufactured by Monsanto, is a chemical called glyphosate. Read more
BDN-77-420 is one of three long-term animal toxicity and carcinogenicity studies owned by Monsanto. Read more
Court documents from the ongoing MDL reveal that Monsanto, the maker of Roundup, not only did not disclose the dangers of its cash-cow product. Read more
The Plaintiffs claim that exposure to Roundup caused them to develop non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL). Read more
Roundup and similar products are used around the world on everything from row crops to home gardens. Read more
If the proposed label is carried out as expected, California would be the first state in the U.S. to order the label be placed on Roundup. Read more
The Plaintiff maintains that he was unaware of the link between Roundup and lymphoma until last year. Read more
Many Plaintiffs were in favor of the MDL’s formation, but Monsanto was not. Read more
This research adds to the growing literature concerning the toxicity of both glyphosate and Roundup co-formulants. Read more
The recent order was a major victory in the Roundup litigation, and it confirms that Monsanto will not be able to hide behind FIFRA and the secrecy of its internal testing practices. Read more
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