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  1. Norma Hall
    July 16, 2022 @ 11:15 pm

    Would watervpurifiers remove Glyphosate and is bottled water free from contamination ?

  2. Donna
    July 16, 2022 @ 8:26 pm

    This is truly disturbing. As a lifelong victim of additives, chemicals and poisons, I am glad to see that there is finally an outcry. Fluoride–which is added to the water and toothpaste (and a deadly poison) also causes allergic reactions to me. Antibiotics (another allergy of mine) is added to livestock feed. Add to that the poisons slathered on the crops—meat, vegetables and water are unsafe for me. “Fake food” has so many chemicals added that it is mostly not safe—not to mention not appetizing. SO—I have stage 3 cancer, copd, stage 3 ckd, congestive heart failure and diabetes. It does not matter what I do to stay healthy if everything I come in contact with is poisoned. FINALLY someone is listening. My one little voice was not important—–now there are many ‘little voices’ making a WAILING for help. Too late for me (I have spent the last 72 years asking–begging for help) but perhaps it can be the beginning of help for other ‘little voices’

  3. Tim O'Banyon
    July 9, 2022 @ 10:15 pm

    Used Roundup at work & at home. Was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2021. Has there been any link to this happening to any other person or persons?

    • TerryW
      July 12, 2022 @ 11:43 am

      Monsanto has agreed to pay $45 million as part of a class action settlement accusing the agricultural giant of false advertising for failing to warn customers its Roundup weed and grass killer could potentially cause cancer or other adverse health effects.

  4. Joe A
    July 9, 2022 @ 6:23 pm

    What I really want to know are the sociological and lifestyle details that AREN’T exposed. 80% doesn’t surprise me at all given that the vast majority of people are exposed to these chemicals (everything from glyphosate to polyflouroalkyl substances to bisphenols to phthalates and much, much more) all the way from the womb through their entire lives.

    The details of those who LACK these chemicals should be studies much more so than those who have them in their system. Are they somehow metabolizing glyphosate better than others and eliminating it from their system? Or is their lifestyle such that they eat almost fully organic as possible? Do they live further away from farm operations where these chemicals are sprayed and soak into the groundwater?

    I really hope to see a follow up to this in regards to the above. It could potentially help people reduce their levels of glyphosate and other toxic, carcinogenic, and endocrine disrupting chemicals.

  5. Rob Blakemore
    July 9, 2022 @ 1:42 pm

    “In 2016 Germany’s 500 year old “Reinheitsgebot” beer purity law from 1516 was tainted by glyphosate residues (Ref.). Simultaneously, urine from 99.6% of ~2,000 German volunteers contained glyphosate, despite about half of subjects eating mostly organic foods suggesting air & water are universally contaminated too (Ref.) as this poison is almost everywhere on Earth.”

    This from
    Regards, RB

  6. Susan
    July 9, 2022 @ 12:20 pm

    Human Health
    EPA scientists performed an independent evaluation of available data for glyphosate and found:

    No risks of concern to human health from current uses of glyphosate. Glyphosate products used according to label directions do not result in risks to children or adults.

    No indication that children are more sensitive to glyphosate. After evaluating numerous studies from a variety of sources, the Agency found no indication that children are more sensitive to glyphosate from in utero or post-natal exposure. As part of the human health risk assessment, the Agency evaluated all populations, including infants, children and women of child-bearing age, and found no risks of concern from ingesting food with glyphosate residues. EPA also found no risks of concern for children entering or playing on residential areas treated with glyphosate.

    No evidence that glyphosate causes cancer in humans. The Agency concluded that glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans. EPA considered a significantly more extensive and relevant dataset than the International Agency on the Research for Cancer (IARC). EPA’s database includes studies submitted to support registration of glyphosate and studies EPA identified in the open literature.

    EPA considered a significantly more extensive and relevant dataset than the International Agency on the Research for Cancer (IARC). EPA’s database includes studies submitted to support registration of glyphosate and studies EPA identified in the open literature. For instance, IARC only considered eight animal carcinogenicity studies while EPA used 15 acceptable carcinogenicity studies. EPA does not agree with IARC’s conclusion that glyphosate is “probably carcinogenic to humans.”

    EPA’s cancer classification is consistent with other international expert panels and regulatory authorities, including the Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency, Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicines Authority, European Food Safety Authority, European Chemicals Agency, German Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, New Zealand Environmental Protection Authority, and the Food Safety Commission of Japan and the Joint Food and Agriculture Organization/World Health Organization (FAO/WHO) Meeting on Pesticide Residues (JMPR).