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There have been repeated attempts over the past 50 years to find genetic links to criminal behavior or mass murderers such as Stephen Paddock. But every promising development has thus far ended in the realization that there is no easy answer.
Christopher Portier, special adviser to the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, is bringing down the reputation of science, scientific regulatory advice, and a WHO agency, writes David Zaruk.
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Alex Jones is a radio host and media personality known for the Alex Jones Show and InfoWars.com, both known for spreading conspiracy theories and fake news, including about genetically modified food and modern agriculture.
Despite every other major health agency, including three others at the World Health Organization, finding glyphosate does not cause cancer, IARC continues to stand behind its controversial claim.