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New Study to Test and Investigate Risks Of Glyphosate Exposure To Pets

A recent pilot study shows that animals are likely to have up to 50 percent higher of glyphosate in their bodies than humans.  "In a pilot study, we noticed that dogs' glyphosate levels were, on average, 50 times higher than people's," said Dr. John Fagan, chief scientist at HRI Labs and former researcher at the National Institutes of Health. "Recent biomedical research suggests harm to health at these levels, and even lower," he added.   HRI Labs has launched a citizen science research project whereby the lab will work with pet owners to determine why animals have such a high exposure to glyphosate.  Read more...



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