Cancer Patients Suing Monsanto by the Hundreds: CNN Offers Up Rare Mainstream Media Report | March Against Monsanto
With the 2017 March Against Monsanto looming, the company’s future remains uncertain in many ways, and much of that uncertainty is due to the extreme backlash surrounding Roundup.
Monsanto’s best-selling weed killer and its active ingredient glyphosate, dubbed a “probable human carcinogen” by the World Health Organization, have been written about ad nauseum.
But the mainstream media has been surprisingly lenient in many ways.
Now, a blockbuster CNN article is exposing the true story behind one victim’s health struggles, while also shedding light on the GMO giant’s recent scandals and including one attorney’s prediction of huge legal trouble ahead for the remainder of 2017.
Thousands of New Lawsuits Expected Against Monsanto
The article titled ‘Patients: Roundup Gave Us Cancer as EPA Official Helped the Company,’ which can be read in its entirety by clicking on this link, tells the story of 67-year-old Sheppard, who was stumped as to what caused her non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma until a group of cancer researchers from the World Health Organization made their “cancer” declaration on glyphosate.
She had sprayed her coffee farm in Hawaii with the herbicide for five years, the article notes, and was “incensed” when she found out the news.
Her story is one of hundreds of cancer patients now suing Monsanto claiming the company failed to warn consumers about the risks of cancer associated with Roundup. California is now forcing the company to do so after years on the market without any such warning labels.
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