Can a chemical in Roundup weed killer cause cancer?


The answer seems to be yes after the World Health Organization determined that the weed killer RoundUp that is made by Monsanto is a carcinogen.  The chemicals in RoundUp cause cancer.  A man in Dearborn Heights, MI used RoundUp his entire life, but experienced non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2017.

After seeing that other people have filed lawsuits against Bayer, the company that owns Monsanto, Mr. Phil Corsi decided to file a lawsuit against them as well.  As of now, over 13,000 lawsuits from around the world are waiting to be litigated against Monsanto for not warning their customers about the weed killer known as RoundUp.


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    • Everything used incorrectly can lead to harm. You’re right about that. The problem with carcinogens is that if they are used, then harm is involved. You used your computer to type the comment, but it did not give you cancer. However, if you used RoundUp, then you would get cancer.

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