Four Nebraskan farmers filed a lawsuit against Monsanto alleging that its cancer-linked product, Roundup, gave them non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Glyphosate, the
The chemical is a key ingredient in the herbicide Roundup
LONDON, May 16 (Reuters) - The weed-killing pesticide glyphosate, made by Monsanto and widely used in agriculture and by gardeners, probably does not cause c...
Monsanto receives allegations of public misleading in new Monsanto cancer cases lawsuit.
Farmers in Nebraska are suing Monsanto for misleading consumers about the dangers of using its popular herbicide Roundup, which includes a chemical known as glyphosate. The WHO identified glyphosate as a potential carcinogen in 2015.
Monsanto Co's control of the global market for genetically modified seeds leaves farmers and seed dealers with few places to turn as the agribusiness
Shares of Monsanto slumped 5 per cent in Monday's trade after four cancer-stricken Nebraskan patients sued the company over its popular herbicide.
An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) review panel has concluded that glyphosate, a widely used herbicide manufactured by Monsanto, likely does not cause cancer.
Three Nebraska farmers and an agronomist, all diagnosed with cancer, have filed a lawsuit against Monsanto alleging the seed and chemical giant of purposely misleading the public about the dangers
If you've visited your local park, you have likely been exposed to glyphosate, the controversial, cancer-linked main ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup.
Despite Monsanto’s claim that its Roundup weed-killer is “safe enough to drink,” four Nebraska farmers say the widely used herbicide gave them non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. All four of the plaintiffs say they were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after being exposed to Roundup year after year. They claim, among other things, that Monsanto mislabeled the product, in defiance of the “body of recognized scientific evidence linking the disease to exposure to Roundup.”
Monsanto is being sued by a group of four farmers who claim that they got cancer because of the repeated use of Roundup -- more specifically, its active