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Evidence suggests glyphosate standards are failing to protect the public

Current standards for glyphosate use may not be effectively protecting the general public against the chemical’s adverse health effects, a team of health experts suggest. Despite there being more than 1,500 clinical studies done on the effects of glyphosate exposure in the last decade, there is still a severe lack of a systematic monitoring system that would monitor glyphosate levels in human tissue. This, in spite of the apparent increase of chemical use in the previous years. The team highlight that few studies have assessed the chemical’s potentially hazardous effects on human health.  Read more...



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