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    Dr Holderbaum: Long-Term Exposure to GM Maize Reduces Growth and Fertility of Water Fleas

Dr Holderbaum: Long-Term Exposure to GM Maize Reduces Growth and Fertility of Water Fleas

Long-term exposure to leaves of MON810 GM Bt maize causes reduced growth and fertility in Daphnia magna (water flea), compared with the level of the non-GM parent variety (isoline), a new study has found.  (more…)

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    Dr Pandey: Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide is a Hormone Hacker

Dr Pandey: Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide is a Hormone Hacker

The glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup is an endocrine (hormone) disruptor in adult male rats, a new Indian study shows. (more…)

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    Dr Mesnage: Review Shows Potential Toxic Effects of Glyphosate Herbicides at Low Doses

Dr Mesnage: Review Shows Potential Toxic Effects of Glyphosate Herbicides at Low Doses

This review shows that Glyphosate-based herbicides cause teratogenic, tumorigenic and hepatorenal effects. These effects could be explained by endocrine disruption and oxidative stress. Some effects were detected in the range of the recommended acceptable daily intake. (more…)

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    Dr Trtikova: Unstable Bt Protein Levels in GM Crop MON810 Could Increase Pest Resistance

Dr Trtikova: Unstable Bt Protein Levels in GM Crop MON810 Could Increase Pest Resistance

Scientists from Switzerland and Norway recently found in a unique study that the stress reactions of maize containing the DNA for the MON810 event are not predictable. The researchers found a large variation in the transgene expression and Bt protein content
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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. Heinemann: Roundup Can Cause Bacteria to Become Resistant to Antibiotics

Dr. Heinemann: Roundup Can Cause Bacteria to Become Resistant to Antibiotics

Research lead by a team from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand has found that commonly used herbicides, including the world’s most used herbicide Roundup, can cause bacteria to become resistant to antibiotics. (more…)

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    Dr. Samsel: Glyphosate Chelation of Manganese is A Serious Problem

Dr. Samsel: Glyphosate Chelation of Manganese is A Serious Problem

This new paper written by U.S. researchers Anthony Samsel and Stephanie Seneff focuses on the effects of Manganese chelation by glyphosate and many associated pathologies. (more…)

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    Dr Young: Roundup Herbicide Is Endocrine Disruptor in Human Cells at Drinking Water Levels

Dr Young: Roundup Herbicide Is Endocrine Disruptor in Human Cells at Drinking Water Levels

Roundup is an endocrine disruptor and is toxic to human cells in vitro (tested in culture dishes in the laboratory) at levels permitted in drinking water in Australia, a new study has found. (more…)

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    Dr. Lima: Glyphosate increases growth of pathogenic bacteria

Dr. Lima: Glyphosate increases growth of pathogenic bacteria

This new study published in the Brazilian Journal of Microbiology indicates that the world’s most widely used herbicide - glyphosate - may be contributing to the enhanced growth of the pathogenic bacteria P. aeruginosa in our environment. (more…)

Dr. Oraby: GM Soy and Maize Toxic to Rats

In this study by Egyptian scientists a diet containing GM soy and maize fed to rats for 30, 60 and 90 days caused a wide range of toxic effects, including DNA damage, abnormal sperm, blood changes, and damage to liver, kidney
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