It's past time glyphosate be banned - for good...
And of course, it would, for RoundUp is its best-selling weed killer. Who cares if it causes cancer, right?
Well, scientists from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry have published a new study damning the effects of glyphosate, and there is no way the corrupt company can refute this evidence.
In the study, a correlation between parental exposure to the toxic herbicide Roundup and an increased chance of offspring developing brain cancer was found. Specifically, parents exposed to the toxic concoction up to two years before giving birth are more likely to see their offspring develop brain cancer. That's not all – the chances double if that's the case.