EU authorities broke their own rules, brushed aside evidence of cancer to keep glyphosate on the market

The EU authorities reached the conclusion that glyphosate is not carcinogenic by disregarding and brushing aside evidence of cancers in experimental animals and by violating directives and guidelines that are supposed to guide their work, according to a new report [1] by the German toxicologist Dr Peter Clausing.
Those in power should have the purpose to serve and protect.
They do not.
It is therefore incumbent upon us to be more alert, better informed and ready and willing to actively vote with our purchasing dollars…

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