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Once again, IARC scientists withheld critical data from studies that concluded glyphosate does not pose a cancer threat.

“By denying scientific principles, one may maintain any paradox.” – Galileo Galilei

More Evidence Swept Under the IARC Rug

For the second time in over two months, evidence has surfaced that further demonstrates the International Agency for Research on Cancer’s (IARC) lack of transparency, conflicts of interest, and hidden agenda.

On August 17, Politico revealed that Charles Williams Jameson, a member of IARC’s working group on glyphosate (Monograph 112 program) and retired National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) scientist, testified under oath that he “did not possess the full picture” on glyphosate prior to the group’s March 2015 conclusion that the herbicide is “probably carcinogenic to humans.”  Once again, IARC scientists withheld critical data from studies that concluded glyphosate does not pose a cancer threat.

 

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Peer review of the pesticide risk assessment of the potential endocrine disrupting properties of glyphosate

 

  • European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

 

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Luke | Assessing the effects of neonicotinoids on honeybees in Finland

Jointly conducted by MTT Agrifood Research Finland and the Finnish Food Safety Authority Evira, the Neomehi project is studying how neonicotinoid-based insecticides used in the cultivation of spring oilseed rape and spring turnip rape plants affect honey bees (Apis mellifera). Based on the first test results, the researchers believe that the use of neonicotinoids may not cause acute harm to bees.
Launched in spring 2013 by MTT Agrifood Research Finland and the Finnish Food Safety Authority Evira, the Neomehi project is studying the effects on honey bees of neonicotinoids used in oilseed cultivation.

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Stop Wasting Our Money! | Ontario Pesticide Ban Failure | Agricultural Adaption Council | CUPRI

Cosmetic Use Pesticide Research And Innovation Program (CUPRI)
Funded By the Government of Ontario, Administered by the Agricultural Adaption Council

The Ontario Trade Association (Landscape Ontario Lawn Care Commodity Group) has been promoting anything they can in order to Survive the Ontario 2009 Cosmetic Pesticide Ban. 

Hoping for new products to come onto the market that actually work and offer Tools to Landscape Exterminators for effective and efficient control of Broadleaf Weeeds, Crabgrass and Grubs.

Supporting Biological Options and funding of monies being funneled to Dr. Brownbridge of VineLand Research.

On December of 2013 the Lawn Care Commodity Group Meeting and an included youtube video tell it like it really is.

THE ONTARIO PESTICIDE BAN IS A FAILURE , THERE ARE NO ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTS THAT WORK!!!

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2,4-D NO CANCER RISK | EPA | 2012 Chemicals Evaluated

November 2012

Chemicals Evaluated for Carcinogenic Potential Office of Pesticide Programs U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

 

via NO CANCER RISK EPA 2012 Chemicals_evaluated.