- DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S2040174419000382
- Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 July 2019
New Research: Glyphosate-based herbicide exposure during pregnancy and lactation malprograms the male reproductive morphofunction in F1 offspring
Jakeline Liara Teleken (a1), Ellen Carolina Zawoski Gomes (a1), Carine Marmentini (a1), Milara Bruna Moi (a1) ...
Thanks to Carey Gillam for all your coverage of this trial
Transcript of the Closing Arguments from Pilliod - Monsanto Trial
Wed May 8, 2019
How long is it going to take to quit researching, studying and writing findings that indicate this is harming our children, our family, our pets, our water, our air.....has been for years and DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
Great article posted in Time Magazine about the study and findings published March 20, 2019 by BMJ at the end of the article.
After one day of deliberations, six jurors in San Francisco unanimously found that Monsanto, now owned by Bayer AG, was liable for plaintiff Edwin Hardeman’s non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
RESTORE NEWS!! Exciting
Read about the Latest Findings!
Exposure to Glyphosate-Based Herbicides and Risk for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: A Meta-Analysis and Supporting Evidence
Increased Meta-Relative Risk of NHL - 41% INCREASE
Table 5 includes the results from our two meta-analyses, which included the primary analysis using the most recently updated AHS cohort  and the secondary comparison analysis using the original report . Using the updated AHS results , we observed a meta-RR of 1.41 (95% CI: 1.13-1.75), which indicates a statistically significant increased risk (41%) of NHL following high cumulative GBH exposure. With the original AHS 2005 cohort results, we observed a meta-RR of 1.45 (95% CI: 1.11-1.91) for NHL. The results did not change appreciably when comparing the fixed effects model to the random-effects model.
This is great news!! Make it permanent NOT temporary - Our sea animals and WE need this stopped for our Health - there are alternatives that are NOT poison. The amount being sprayed into our waters is documented on their site and is frightening
Jan 23rd, 2019 · by Katrina Elsken
CLEWISTON — In response to public complaints and concerns about chemical spraying to control aquatic plants, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission will temporarily suspend the aquatic herbicide spraying program.
On Jan. 23, Ramon Iglesias, who has been active in the movement to halt aquatic spraying, shared a letter online that he received from Kipp Frohlich, Division of Habitat and Species Conservation, Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, “I wanted to let you know that beginning next week, I have directed staff to take a temporary pause in our aquatic herbicide treatment program throughout the state. During this pause staff will work to set up meetings where we can collect public comment regarding aquatic plant management. Once we have meetings set up I will be sure you are notified and hope that you will be able to attend. I hope I can also schedule a time when I can meet with you and Ms. Martin while I am in South Florida,” Mr. Frohlich wrote.
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This is disgraceful and we must work to get them to stop this.
Posted on Jan 23 2019 - 3:56am by @SustainablePulse
A report published Wednesday by the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) has warned about “the presence of different hazardous chemicals in disposable diapers that can migrate into the urine and come into prolonged contact with babies’ skin.”
The list of chemicals is as long as it is disturbing. In total, ANSES identified some 60 chemicals, including glyphosate, the active chemical in Monsanto’s infamous herbicide Roundup. Some of the pesticides in the report have been banned in the European Union for over fifteen years, such as lindane, quintozene and hexachlorobenzene. Read the entire article click here
Thanks to Moms Across America for sharing this
BY ZEN HONEYCUTT ON JANUARY 14, 2019
Have you been wondering why many farmers, scientists, and regulatory agencies are claiming that glyphosate is safe? Are you confused as to why our EPA says that they have the science to show that glyphosate is not a carcinogen...but the IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) has found that it is a carcinogen? We have!
Thank Goodness that scientist Charles Benbrook has combed through the studies analyzed by both agencies and has found out exactly why they came to their decisions. Guess what... SURPRISE! cherrypicking is definitely at play!
To summarize for you:
EPA cited 109 total assays not included in the IARC report, 87% of which were regulatory studies commissioned by industry, and all but one was negative.
IARC included the results from 67 assays not included in EPA’s analysis, all of which were from peer-reviewed publications, and 82% of which had at least one positive result for genotoxicity.
In genetics, genotoxicity describes the property of chemical agents that damage the genetic information within a cell causing mutations, which may lead to cancer. While genotoxicity is often confused with mutagenicity, all mutagens are genotoxic, whereas not all genotoxic substances are mutagenic.
Watch their Facebook live discussing the issue with Zen Honeycutt and the FULL Paper
"2019 Paper on Glyphosate Genotoxicity"
“How did the U.S. EPA and IARC reach diametrically opposed conclusions on the genotoxicity of glyphosate-based herbicides?“, Environmental Sciences Europe, January 15, 2019, DOI: 10.1186/s12302-018-0184-7.
By: Charles Benbrook, PhD
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This new study from Washington State in the U.S. has revealed a link between premature mortality from Parkinson’s disease and exposure to glyphosate and paraquat.
Estimated residential exposure to agricultural chemicals and premature mortality by Parkinson’s disease in Washington state
Full Paper: https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/15/12/2885/htm
Authors: Mariah Caballero, Solmaz Amiri, Justin T. Denney, Pablo Monsivais, Perry Hystad, Ofer Amram
The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between estimated residential exposure to agricultural chemical application and premature mortality from Parkinson’s disease (PD) in Washington State. Washington State mortality records for 2011–2015 were geocoded using residential addresses, and classified as having exposure to agricultural land-use within 1000 meters. Generalized linear models were used to explore the association between land-use associated with agricultural chemical application and premature mortality from PD. Individuals exposed to land-use associated with glyphosate had 33% higher odds of premature mortality than those that were not exposed (Odds Ratio (OR) = 1.33, 95% Confidence Intervals (CI) = 1.06–1.67). Exposure to cropland associated with all pesticide application (OR = 1.19, 95% CI = 0.98–1.44) or Paraquat application (OR = 1.22, 95% CI = 0.99–1.51) was not significantly associated with premature mortality from PD, but the effect size was in the hypothesized direction. No significant associations were observed between exposure to Atrazine (OR = 1.21, 95% CI = 0.84–1.74) or Diazinon (OR = 1.07, 95% CI = 0.85–1.34), and premature mortality from PD. The relationship between pesticide exposure and premature mortality aligns with previous biological, toxicological, and epidemiological findings. Glyphosate, the world’s most heavily applied herbicide, and an active ingredient in Roundup® and Paraquat, a toxic herbicide, has shown to be associated with the odds of premature mortality from PD.
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