— EPA

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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Natural Pesticide Effectiveness | Pest Geek Podcast – Pest Control Training – Products – News

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The EPA rules on Exempt minimum risks natural pesticides effective on February 26, 2016 the final new label compliance date of February 26, 2019

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EPA | Active and Inert ingredients permitted in products eligible for the minimum risk pesticide exemption |Regulations.gov – Rule Document

This Rule document was issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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Scientists find no evidence glyphosate causes cancer – The Western Producer

A panel of epidemiologists and toxicologists says the World Health Organization is wrong about glyphosate.

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