Topic Original Studies: Cancer/Carcinogenicity

Regulatory history of glyphosate carcinogenicity reviews in USA

 The history of Roundup, glyphosate & carcinogenicity reveals a steady decrease, or loosening up, of the carcinogenicity rating.   Carcinogenicity assessments include only pesticide company directly-funded studies. I believe that

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WHO cancer studies: Roundup – only 5 pesticide companies telling us ‘no-carcinogenicity’.

Total 5 unpublished, studies. No peer review, directly supplied and paid by:  Cheminova         Atkinson et al 1993a  Syngenta             Milburn 1996  Monsanto           Stout & Ruecker 1990  Cheminova         Atkinson 1993b  Syngenta             Brammer 2001   WHO/FAO toxicological

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EPA Roundup cancer studies: only Monsanto

  3 ancient Monsanto studies, all unpublished, at least 2 non-GLP, directly supplied to the EPA – proving non-carcinogenicity for their very own product. No independent studies supplied for the USA. US

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Is Roundup carcinogenic?

 What do the (1) EPA, (2) WHO and the (3) European Commission say? 1. USA EPA : In the executive summary on page viii :“The Agency has classified glyphosate as a

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Cancer of the Salivary Glands: Small but significant increase in incidence rates per year since 1975.

Major salivary gland cancers are classified under Oral cancers. “Based on data from the (USA) National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results program (SEER 9), which has long term

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Breasts or Mammary glands: No testing of Roundup in any world toxicity assessment studies

What research concerning Roundup and breast cancer (known as carcinogenicity studies) are held with the WHO, USA EPA and the European Commission? There are no studies held with these agencies

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Kidney & liver: No testing of Roundup in any WHO toxicity assessment studies

Kidney & liver: No testing of Roundup in any WHO toxicity assessment studies

There are no cancer, or carcinogenicity studies for Roundup and its effect on the kidney and the liver held with the WHO that I can find.   There are only glyphosate

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The ADI study for Europe, Australia & Canada: The original research showing glyphosate causes Leydig cell tumours in rats.

This is the Monsanto funded study that advises the ‘no observable effect level’, more simply known as the safe level for glyphosate, which enables the European Commission to then establish the

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Thyroid: No testing of Roundup in any world toxicity assessment studies

What if I were to say that in the last 30 years thyroid cancer has more than doubled? [1] And if I were to review all the science kept with

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Salivary Glands & the Exocrine System: No (stronger) Roundup studies but rated a target organ for glyphosate

Can I make a little detour over to the exocrine, rather than the endocrine system.  Both the EU and the USA are conducting endocrine disruptor reviews but I guess

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