Glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup weed killer, is the most widely used herbicide in the world. Now, researchers at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) claim there is a possible link between glyphosate and deadly forms of cancer, including non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
If you or a loved one diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or other types of cancer after regular use weed killer Roundup or other herbicides containing glyphosate, lawyers in United State are ready to review your case. Do not let your rights go unprotected.
Exposure to Glyphosate and Roundup
Produced by the agrochemical giant Monsanto, glyphosate is a key ingredient in many commercial herbicides, especially Roundup product family. The chemical plant kills so pervasively in homes and farms across the world that anyone can hit it.
Exposure to Roundup or glyphosate-containing herbicides can include:
Breathing the air near the area sprayed
Touching sprayed plants
Drinking of contaminated water supply
Eating food grown in soil treated
Do you live in a city, suburban, agricultural, or a rural area, you run the risk of glyphosate.
Roundup and glyphosate Health Risks
Security glyphosate has not been resolved. Manufacturer Roundup, Monsanto, have questioned the potential health risks associated with glyphosate. But the 2015 study by the IARC-and the recent wave of lawsuits filed by plaintiffs nationwide-has led government agencies to reexamine the relationship between glyphosate and cancer.