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    Dr. Hoppin: Glyphosate Exposure Linked to Respiratory Problems in Farmers

Dr. Hoppin: Glyphosate Exposure Linked to Respiratory Problems in Farmers

GM crops have been engineered to tolerate being sprayed with the herbicides 2,4-D and glyphosate. Now these have been found to be among a number of pesticides that are associated with allergic and non-allergic wheeze in farmers. The study concludes, “These
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    Dr Parks: Women Who Use Glyphosate Have Higher Risk of Developing Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dr Parks: Women Who Use Glyphosate Have Higher Risk of Developing Rheumatoid Arthritis

A new study on the wives of pesticide applicators showed that women who used the pesticides glyphosate and maneb/mancozeb had a higher risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis than non-users of pesticides. (more…)

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    Occupational Glyphosate and Sun Exposure Linked to Increase in Skin Cancer

Occupational Glyphosate and Sun Exposure Linked to Increase in Skin Cancer

People who are exposed to glyphosate herbicides and some fungicides in their work are more likely to suffer from an aggressive form of skin cancer called cutaneous melanoma, a new Italian / Brazilian shows.
Occupational Exposure to Pesticides With Occupational Sun
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    Dr Jayasumana: New Research Supports Glyphosate Connection to Chronic Kidney Disease

Dr Jayasumana: New Research Supports Glyphosate Connection to Chronic Kidney Disease

New research supports the possibility that combined exposure to heavy metals and glyphosate has a synergistic effect leading to high levels of heavy metals accumulating in the kidneys. This in turn causes chronic kidney disease of the type that
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    World Health Organization: Glyphosate Is A Probable Human Carcinogen

World Health Organization: Glyphosate Is A Probable Human Carcinogen

The World Health Organisation’s cancer agency has declared the world’s most widely used weedkiller – glyphosate – a “probable human carcinogen” in a move that will alarm the agrochemical industry and amateur gardeners. (more…)

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    Dr. Swanson: GM Crops and Glyphosate Linked to U.S. Health Deterioration

Dr. Swanson: GM Crops and Glyphosate Linked to U.S. Health Deterioration

A new correlation study has been published in the Journal of Organic Systems has linked the world’s number one herbicide, glyphosate, to a huge increase in the incidence of  chronic diseases across the United States. (more…)

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    Dr Krüger: Chronically Ill Humans Have Higher Glyphosate Levels than Healthy Humans

Dr Krüger: Chronically Ill Humans Have Higher Glyphosate Levels than Healthy Humans

This German based new study concludes that Glyphosate residue could reach humans and animals through feed and excreted in urine. Presence of glyphosate in urine and its accumulation in animal tissues is alarming even at low concentrations. (more…)

New Study Shows GM Soy is Unsustainable in Argentina

The GM soy-based agro-export model as currently configured in Argentina is socially and ecologically unsustainable, according to a new peer-reviewed study.

The Paper: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016718513000730
Modifying Argentina: GM soy and socio-environmental change
Author: Amalia Leguizamón
Highlights
*This paper examines Argentina’s agro-export strategy for socio-economic development.
*Strategy is based
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Dr Spisak: Complete Genes May Pass from Food to Human Blood

A new study shows that contrary to reassurances from industry and regulators, complete genes – including GM genes – can pass from food into human blood. (more…)

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    Professor Heinemann: GM Crop Production is Lowering US Yields and Increasing Pesticide Use

Professor Heinemann: GM Crop Production is Lowering US Yields and Increasing Pesticide Use

University of Canterbury researchers have found that the biotechnologies used in north American staple crop production are lowering yields and increasing pesticide use compared to western Europe. (more…)