Monsanto’s Roundup Linked To Cancer of the Lymph Tissue In New Study

Monsanto’s RoundUp, one of the most popular herbicides in the world, has been linked to another form of cancer. This time it’s Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Millions of gallons of RoundUp (glyphosate) are used around the world on GMO plants like corn and soy. GMO corn and GMO soy are now in approximately 80% of the products that appear in the average American supermarket. 

A new review on the relationship between pesticide exposure and the risk of blood cancers in the lymph glands (lymphomas) has confirmed the existence of a link with the world’s most popular herbicide glyphosate (aka Roundup).

Published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health and titled, “Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and Occupational Exposure to Agricultural Pesticide Chemical Groups and Active Ingredients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis,” the paper focused on systematic reviews and a series of meta-analysis of almost 30 years worth of epidemiological research on the relationship between non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) and occupational exposure to 80 agricultural pesticide active ingredients and 21 chemical groups.  The review focused on 44 papers, all of which reported results from studies performed in high-income countries.

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Glyphosate Cancer Link