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Viewpoint: Organic fungicide copper sulfate and other copper products widely used by wine growers endangers humans, animals and insects

Andrew Porterfield | 
Organic farming is not chemical free. Copper sulfate is a popular one. How does it work and how does it ...
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Viewpoint: Developing nations face onslaught of ‘fake news’ targeting GMOs

Mahaletchumy Arujanan | 
A recent article co-authored by a prominent Malaysian economist propagated several popular myths about GMOs. A Malaysian scientist and communicator ...
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In the Battle to Regulate GMOS, Gene Editing and other New Breeding Techniques, Who Has ‘Hazard Blood’ on their Hands?

David Zaruk | 
David Zaruk, Founder of GreenFacts, Environmental-Health Risk Governance Analyst, Professor at Odisee University College | July 26, 2018 This third ...
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Precautionary Politics: Europe Moves Backward into a Fear-Based ‘Dark Ages’ in Regulating Agriculture and Cancer Risks

David Zaruk | 
David Zaruk, Founder of GreenFacts, Environmental-Health Risk Governance Analyst, Professor at Odisee University College | July 25, 2018 Highlights: The ...
Can new IARC director bridge gap between controversial cancer agency and rest of scientific community?

Can new IARC director bridge gap between controversial cancer agency and rest of scientific community?

Geoffrey Kabat | 
A look at IARC’s recent record suggests that skepticism is in order ...
Viewpoint: French media's 'fake news' on glyphosate herbicide endangers science in Europe

Viewpoint: French media’s ‘fake news’ on glyphosate herbicide endangers science in Europe

Marcel Kuntz | 
In Europe, technical matters which should be science-based, such as the authorization of marketing for chemicals or genetically engineered plants, ...
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Viewpoint: North American scientists, IARC officials conspired to misrepresent glyphosate health risks

André Heitz | 
On March 20, 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced that it had classified glyphosate, the active substance ...
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Review of Whitewash (or Hogwash?): Carey Gillam’s glyphosate book betrays science, undermines our understanding of cancer

Mary Mangan | 
Last fall a new book hit the shelves, timed to coincide with public hearings on the European Union’s re-authorization of ...
Viewpoint: How European activists lobby for a glyphosate ban despite findings of its safety

Viewpoint: How European activists lobby for a glyphosate ban despite findings of its safety

Bill Wirtz | 
In January, the European Parliament announced that it will set up a Special Committee on the Union’s authorization procedure for ...
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What foods have pesticide residues? When do the chemical traces pose dangers?

David Warmflash | 
Dosage and length of exposure determines whether a compound actually produces toxic effects and could lead to such diseases as ...
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French scientist calls for inquiry into IARC’s ‘misbehavior’ on glyphosate cancer study

Marcel Kuntz | 
Following revelations that IARC withheld data showing the herbicide glyphosate does not cause cancer, French molecular geneticist Marcel Kuntz calls ...
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Monsanto, farmers groups sue California claiming glyphosate cancer warning would be ‘false speech’

Tom Polansek | 
Monsanto Co and U.S. farm groups sued California on Wednesday [Nov. 15] to stop the state from requiring cancer warnings ...
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European farmers: Finding replacement for glyphosate is no easy task

Andrew Porterfield | 
As European politicians move toward blocking the use of glyphosate, farmers there are facing the prospect of using less-effective replacements ...
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Stalemate continues: EU fails to agree on glyphosate herbicide renewal as deadline looms

An EU vote has failed to resolve a controversy over the use of glyphosate, the world's biggest-selling weedkiller. ... The ...
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IARC rejects US House science committee’s request to testify on glyphosate cancer report scandals

Christine Haughney, Maya Parthasarathy | 
The International Agency for Research on Cancer will not comply with a House science committee's request related to the agency's conclusions on ...
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Viewpoint: Taxpayer-funded Canadian news agency promotes ‘fake news’ about glyphosate herbicide’s health risks

Kevin Folta | 
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation interviewed anti-GMO activist scientist Theirry Vrain and published an article featuring several false and misleading claims ...
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Viewpoint: After Christopher Wild departure, next IARC chief must fix ‘beleaguered’ agency

David Zaruk | 
With the sudden departure of IARC head Christopher Wild, here's a wish list put together by David Zaruk, who offers ...
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Viewpoint: Challenges to glyphosate, neonic safety shows science under attack from ‘viral misinformation’

Robert Arnason | 
The news of scientific prejudice [in the decision by IARC stating that glyphosate was a likely carcinogen, on top of ...
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Viewpoint: Confirmation bias, conflicts of interest plague ‘science’ behind glyphosate cancer claims

Ronald Bailey | 
Anti-biotech activists hate the herbicide glyphosate, sold by Monsanto under the brand name Roundup. Those activists won a victory in ...
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Two US Congressional committees ask IARC cancer agency to testify, citing ‘scientific integrity’ concerns

Kate Kelland | 
Two influential U.S. Congressmen have asked the World Health Organization’s cancer agency to get ready to testify about its work ...
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Viewpoint: IARC glyphosate cancer advisor Christopher Portier’s history of lying about conflicts of interest

Julie Kelly | 
In a deposition last month for a court case pending against Monsanto for glyphosate “damages,” [Christopher Portier, the scientist who ...
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Glyphosate herbicide ban won’t save anyone from cancer, will harm environment

Michael Le Page | 
The widely used weedkiller glyphosate is available in every garden store, but now there are fears it can cause cancer ...
Viewpoint: Former US journalist Carey Gillam should stay out of Europe's glyphosate debate

Viewpoint: Former US journalist Carey Gillam should stay out of Europe’s glyphosate debate

David Zaruk | 
A former agricultural reporter at Reuters, Gillam now presents herself as "the Rachel Carson of the GMO debate." Belgian-based risk ...
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Jon Entine podcast: Corruption and secrecy behind IARC’s glyphosate cancer designation?

Cameron English, Jon Entine | 
Glyphosate has been in the headlines for two weeks. Here's a background interview with the GLP's executive director explaining the ...
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Glyphosate-gate: Policy and science implications of IARC’s ‘predetermined’ cancer finding

Geoffrey Kabat | 
Where high-stakes issues involve powerful beliefs, financial reward and opportunities for advancement, neither individuals nor agencies can be assumed to ...
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Glyphosate, IARC and politics: ‘We need a more honest debate’

Ian Plewis | 
Glyphosate is one of the most hotly-debated herbicides of the modern era. Many of the arguments against the popular weed-killer ...
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Activist case that glyphosate herbicide causes cancer mired in scandal

Matt Ridley | 
A perfectly useful herbicide could be banned in Europe thanks to a tangled network of lobbyists, lawyers and activists. … ...
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