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Diagnosed With Cancer After Long-Term Exposure to Roundup?

You may be entitled to significant compensation.

Monsanto’s Roundup, the most widely used weed killer in history, has been linked to cancer. Suffering Users of Roundup are suing Monsanto, claiming that the weed killer caused their non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

However, the firm maintains that the active chemical in Roundup, glyphosate, is not a cause of cancer despite numerous court losses. Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller is the most widely used in the world. It is made mainly of glyphosate, the most commonly used agricultural chemical. Some 300 million pounds of glyphosate are used each year in crops worldwide.

The Roundups’ safety is, at best dubious. The substance is “possibly carcinogenic,” according to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).

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Roundup has been linked to such cancers as lymphatic non-Hodgkin lymphoma in farmworkers and gardeners. Monsanto faces lawsuits in federal and state courts for its weed killer. Three cases have gone to trial, and juries have returned verdicts against Monsanto of $289 million, $80 million, and $2 billion.

If you’ve been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma due to using Roundup, please call (888) 491-0444 for a free, no-obligation legal consultation. You will not pay anything unless we win you money.

The primary ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, the world’s most widely used agricultural chemical. Nearly every acre of maize, cotton, and soybeans cultivated in the United States receives it. Many people have used Roundup on their lawns or gardens.

The substance is probably harmful to humans, according to a 2015 study by the IARC. It bases this finding on tests showing glyphosate causes DNA and chromosomal damage to human cells, possibly contributing to cancer. In addition, the rise of glyphosate usage makes it nearly impossible for people not directly involved with Roundup to avoid using the chemical.

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Oatmeal, honey, wine, and even newborn formula contain traces of glyphosate. Moreover, even those who attempt to minimize exposure by purchasing organic products are still at risk. Runoff from Roundup crops carries glyphosate into nearby streams and rivers; animals, too, have been found carrying trace amounts of glyphosate, making it a chemical that is hard to contain. In one study by The Detox Project, 93% of the volunteers tested had traces of glyphosate in their bodies.

Even more frightening, children reported higher levels of the chemical, on average. In addition, several farmers, landscapers, and domestic users who experienced non-Hodgkin lymphoma have voiced concerns that Roundup exposure may have contributed to their cancer.

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