Study Shows Massive Increase in Human Exposure to Glyphosate, Regulatory Agencies Refuse to Monitor

The public unfolding of the dangers of glyphosate, Monsanto’s cancer-causing herbicide, appears to be reaching a crescendo, as mounting evidence is now threatening to bury this failed agricultural technology once and for all.

Even mainstream publications, once sympathetic to and often using Monsanto-funded ghostwriters, are being forced to alter their narratives to fit with the groundswell of popular facts, demanding coverage by the public. A new study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) titled Excretion of the Herbicide Glyphosate in Older Adults Between 1993 and 2016 reveal findings no longer able to be ignored. The study shows that human exposure to glyphosate among the participants has increased by 500 percent in the past two decades.

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