Natural Blaze 11-27-16… “Bombshell Secret Documents Show Monsanto Knew About Glyphosate Cancer Link Over 35 Years Ago”

proof positive

Kauilapele's Blog

natural_blaze_logo_240_4Guaranteed, there are more of these “hidden” files (trade secrets) in Monsanto’s (and other GMO companies’) scientific records.

Found this at Culture of Awareness, via FB.

“Monsanto have come under more pressure recently after the WHO defined the main ingredient in their popular weedkiller ‘Roundup’ as a ‘probably [probable] human carcinogen’. They are still trying to pick up the pieces from the PR disaster, but it turns out Monsanto may have been aware of the link between glyphosate and cancer for up 35 years.

“Research Scientist Dr. Anthony Samsel has studies [studied] the effects on glyphosate on the human body for years, and has revealed the harmfulness of its nature… [He] was recently able to get a look inside a file, sealed away since 1981 as a “Trade Secret” at the request of the Monsanto Company… he is allowed to talk his thoughts on what he found, that is…

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I have meditated since age 11 and have loved everything about nature since very young. I was a licensed clinical social worker for 27 years working with children, adolescents, adults, students, families and couples. I maintain a small private practice now. I am very committed to the environment and using my education and experience to make this world a better place. I love reading and writing, sewing, knitting, drawing and painting. Creativity and nature are my passions.
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