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Insecticide Still Used in U.S. Found to Cause Cancer by WHO

WHO adds Lindane, DDT and 2,4-D in List of Agents Carcinogenic...

On Tuesday, the WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has unveiled that the insecticide lindane and DDT can cause cancer and have been especially associated with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The insecticide was once commonly used in ..., 1 week ago
Lindane can Cause Cancer: Warning to Indian Consumers New Indian Express, 6 days ago

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WHO re-classifies Agent Orange herbicide as 'carcinogenic'

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified the common herbicide 2.4-Dichlorophenoxyacet acid as "possibly carcinogenic to humans". EurActiv France reports. "Since its introduction in 1945, 2.4-Dichlorophenoxyacet acid ...
 EurActiv.com2 days ago IARC Targets 2,4-D In Latest Report  CropLife2 days ago CropLife America Releases Statement On IARC's 2,4-D Rating  Agri Marketing3 days ago WHO's agency confirms insecticide causes cancer  The Guardian Nigeria6 days ago

A UN Agency That Should Be Headed For Its Own Last Roundup

Recent misjudgments on two herbicides show that the WHO's International Agency on Research in Cancer operates within a flawed paradigm, has become an anachronism, and is no longer needed. That isn't the only controversial (read: wrong-headed) ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago

Sokoo Hemaa Calls On Government To Declare Fathers Day As Ghana Prostate Cancer Day

Beware: 'Insecticides could cause Cancer' - International Agency for Research on Cancer Pulse NG (Today) - A specialist panel found sufficient evidence to link the chemical, which is already banned in the European Union and the United States, to a ...
 DangoteNews.com1 week ago Insecticide Used For Head Lice Treatment May Cause Cancer, Says WHO  International Business Times1 week ago Beware: 'Insecticides could cause Cancer' - International Agency for Research on Cancer  Uncova1 week ago WHO says insecticide causes cancer  BBC1 week ago
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IARC Cancer Classification at Odds with Health and Safety Regulators Worldwide

/PRNewswire/ - The 2,4-D Research Task Force today responded to an International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) ranking, saying the IARC classification of 2,4-D as a "2B possible" carcinogen is at odds with comprehensive cancer reviews ...
 RCL Advisors1 week ago Axxess Releases eGuide for Home Health Agencies, Revenue Cycle Management: What You Must Do Now - to Succeed!  Corporate media News2 days ago 2, 4-D Research Task Force: IARC Cancer Classification At Odds With Regulators Worldwide  Agri Marketing1 week ago

Ag Retailers Assn: IARC's Pesticide Findings Create Confusion, Fear Among Consumers

Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) reports: The International Agency for Research on Cancer issued its second report this year labeling a safe and effective pesticide as a "possible carcinogen (2B)." In March, IARC applied a "probable ...
 Agri Marketing1 week ago IARC's pesticide findings create confusion and fear amongst consumers  Farming Futures1 week ago

Cancer group returns 'possible carcinogen' finding on 2,4-D

The International Agency for Research on Cancer this week released findings of its latest review of a group of common chemicals, specifically identifying the chemical 2,4-D as "possibly carcinogenic to humans," class 2B. Related: Ag groups warn ...
 Farm Futures1 week ago

Nufarm : Response to IARC's assessment of 2,4-D

COMPANY STATEMENT Response to IARC's assessment of 2,4-D The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) - as a result of its most recent review of select data - has not changed its potential hazard classification of 2,4-D and continues ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Nufarm's response to IARC's assessment of 2,4-D  SeedQuest1 week ago

Dow Chemical weed killer may cause cancer, health organization says

A widely used Dow Chemical Co. weedkiller was added to a World Health Organization list of potential carcinogens, just three months after the agency made a controversial assessment of Monsanto Co. 's glyphosate herbicide. Based on limited ...
 Crains Detroit Business2 days ago Dow Weed Killer Classified as Possible Cancer Risk  Chem.info1 week ago Will Dow Chemical (DOW) Stock be Affected by Possible Cancer Causing Weed Killer?  TheStreet.com1 week ago WHO Agency Says Certain Herbicides, Insecticides, Including DDT, Linked To Cancer  Kaiser Network.org1 week ago

Protein may yield early detection of pancreatic ca ...

Listen Paris Scientists said they had identified a marker in blood for pancreatic cancer, raising hopes for a test that would allow earlier diagnosis of this deadly disease. A research team from the United States and Europe said people ...
 Gulf Time UAE2 days ago Protein could lead to earlier detection rate for pancreatic cancer  China Post6 days ago Gene-Encoded Protein In Blood Useful For Early Diagnosis Of Pancreatic Cancer  MedIndia6 days ago Test for pancreatic cancer a step closer  Sky News Australia1 week ago
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