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5 Things You Should Know About The WHO Saying Roundup Could Cause Cancer
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IARC Announces Cancer Classification for Glyphosate and Other ...

On March 20, 2015, the United Nations World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced it had completed evaluations assessing the carcinogenicity of five organophosphate pesticides. Specifically, IARC ... JD Supra, 3 days ago

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Study claims red meat triggers cancer; 5 resources say otherwise

A few weeks ago, I shared news about an upcoming meeting of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) aimed at determining whether or not red meat and processed meats should be labeled as carcinogens. IARC says it will review scientific ...
 Beef Online4 days ago
Environmental News Network

IARC's ruling on glyphosate ignores the science

This month's meeting in Lyon, France, of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) the branch of the UN's World Health Organization that studies the relationship between environmental and lifestyle risk factors and cancer focused on ...
 American Council On Science & Health6 days ago United Nations warns on pesticides  Environmental News Network6 days ago UN cancer agency issues warning about five pesticides  EurActiv.com6 days ago ECPA responds to IARC's reviewing of pesticides  AgroPages.com1 week ago
Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine

Roundup rejects cancer claims

A REPORT from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the specialised cancer research arm of the World Health Organisation (WHO) into the safety of organophosphate herbicides and insecticides has assessed glyphosate as being probably ...
 Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine4 days ago Malathion is it worth the risk?  MySteinbach.ca4 days ago Enough carcinogenic evidence to ban Glyphosate, Malathion, Diazinon?  Sri Lanka Island5 days ago IARC: Glyphosate 'probably carcinogenic'  Ecologist6 days ago

Health Agency Says Widely Used Herbicide Likely Carcinogenic

The determination, published by researchers for the International Agency for Research on Cancer in a U.K. medical journal, is likely to fuel further debate over the safety of the heavily used agricultural chemical, which Monsanto sells under the ...
 Morningstar.com1 week ago Health Agency Says Popular Herbicide Likely Carcinogenic  Austin American Statesman1 week ago
Farm Futures

WHO cancer group suggests glyphosate is 'probable carcinogen'

The International Agency for Research on Cancer, a division of the World Health Organization, on Friday released classifications of five pesticides, most notably identifying glyphosate as "probably" carcinogenic to humans . The group reviewed the ...
 Farm Futures1 week ago Cancer claim against glyphosate stirs unnecessary fear of food supply  Southeast Farm Press4 days ago Global Health Experts say Glyphosate Probably Carcinogenic to Humans, Raising Significant Concerns About Widely Used Herbicide  Common Dreams6 days ago World Health Organization Labels Glyphosate Probable Carcinogen  Environmental Working Group1 week ago
Global Research

Monsanto Reinforces Decades of Data and Regulatory Review Clearly Document Safety of Glyphosate

Today, (NYSE: MON) further addressed last week's assessment on glyphosate by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). We are outraged with this assessment, said Dr. Robb Fraley, Monsanto's Chief Technology Officer. This conclusion ...
 Reliance Trust6 days ago More Evidence that Herbicide Glyphosate (Monsanto Roundup) Causes Cancer  Global Research5 days ago Monsanto Reinforces Documents on Safety of Glyphosate  USAgNet4 days ago Monsanto: Decades of data show the safety of glyphosate  AgroPages.com4 days ago
Hoosier Ag Today

U.S. National Corn Growers Association denounces the International Agency for Research on Cancer's glyphosate reclassification, urges prompt reconsideration

The National Corn Growers Association President Chip Bowling issued the following statement in response to the International Agency for Research on Cancer's recent movement to reclassify glyphosate: The movement to reclassify glyphosate as a ...
 SeedQuest6 days ago Nat'l Corn Growers Assn Denounces IARC's Glyphosate Reclassification  Agri Marketing5 days ago NCGA Denounces IARC Glyphosate Reclassification, Urges Reconsideration  Hoosier Ag Today5 days ago

Statement of the GTF on the recent IARC decision concerning glyphosate

The Glyphosate Task Force does not accept the recent classification of glyphosate by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as a Group 2A carcinogen. The evaluation by the IARC demonstrates serious deficiencies in terms of methodological ...
 Digital Journal1 week ago

Nursing Oncology symposium to promote excellence

h Columbia Cancer Agency, Canada addressed a nursing oncology symposium here today to promote excellence in research and leadership in the field for providing quality cancer care. Besides Savitri Singh Carlson, others included Dr Sarah Easow, Diplomat of the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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