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The EPA says glyphosate is “not likely” to be carcinogenic

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has done an extensive analysis of research on whether glyphosate (Roundup), the herbicide to which GMO crops are resistant, is carcinogenic. To put this in context, the amount of glyphosate used in the United States is huge and rising (the scale is hundreds of millions of pounds). Its report is […]
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