For sure many of you must have heard about Monsanto Roundup Weed Killers.
It is the most prevalent herbicide produced by Monsanto, is the subject of Roundup lawsuits claiming non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, as per the 2015 report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a division of the World Health Organization.
Small introduction: Roundup Weed Killers is a herbicide that was made to kill the weeds of broadleaf plants and grasses when applied to the leaves of the plants.
For years, roundup was widely in use as an herbicide and the second-most popular weed killer for residential yards and gardens, according to National Geographic.
So…What made people to file Monsanto roundup lawsuits against the manufacturers?
It was introduced in the market by Monsanto in 1974, Roundup’s popularity increased dramatically in the 1990s when Monsanto familiarized “Roundup Ready” crops that were hereditarily contrived to fight the herbicide so that farmers could apply it copiously on the entire fields.
Two state groups, Outside Pesticides and the Organic Consumers Association, recently trailed a lawsuit against Monsanto claiming that its glyphosate-based product, Roundup, is mislabeled as aiming an enzyme found in plants but not in people or pets.
Roundup cancer lawyers put up charges on Monsanto that knowingly they launched the product in the market, yet chose to profit off Roundup rather than warn customers of the health risks related with the chemical.
You will be shocked to know that nearly 55 cancer lawsuits are still pending in the court and waiting for justice against Monsanto, filed by individuals who allege that they developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma because of glyphosate exposure.
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While writing this article, there is only one thought process that the innocents should get justice and such medical malpractice must get a big haul.