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Monsanto Attacks International Cancer Agency for Warning Public
Documents recently released by legal firms in the United States have revealed how the agricultural company Monsanto launched an attack on the International Agency for Research Cancer (IARC).

The attack followed the IARC’s announcement that glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide known as Roundup, is likely to be a human pollutant.

A report in (1) Sustainable Pulse informs how Monsanto had written and edited an ‘independent’ Expert Panel Manuscript in order to rebut the IARC’s findings regarding the potential carcinogenic effects of Roundup.

Monsanto Invalidates IACR

The documents also revealed how Monsanto went further than condemning the IARC about its decision over the weed killer glyphosate. The herbicide manufacturing giants attempted to “invalidate relevance of IACR”, in order to “prevent future bad IARC decisions on pesticides/GMOs.”

Claims have been made that Monsanto tried to manipulate decisions regarding pesticides by using political influence to pressure the World Health Organisation (WHO) to control the IARC.
The secret documents showed how Monsanto had planned a media attack with a Forbes contributor on the findings made by the IARC, prior to them being published. The damming papers also revealed how Monsanto paid members of the Expert Panel as consultants.

The secret Monsanto documents can be (2) read on the Baum Hedlund Artistei Goldman website.

Covering Up Glyphosate Effects

A scandal involving Monsanto attempting to cover up glyphosate and PCS reared its head earlier this year. In May 2017, Dr. George Levinskas, was shown court documents that allegedly influenced the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in relation to the potential carcinogenic effect of glyphosate, the most used herbicide in the 1980s.

Following the IARC’s classification of glyphosate and Roundup as being “probably carcinogenic”, over 1,000 people have sued Monsanto, claiming loved ones had contracted a non-Hodgkin lymphoma due to exposure from Roundup.

Roundup is the world’s leading herbicide and makes Monsanto billions of dollars every year. Monsanto insists the chemical is safe, proven by decades of research and that the IARC’s classification that it could potentially cause cancer, is without merit

Anti-GMO advocates have long cited evidence from numerous scientific studies that Roundup is unsafe to humans and that, as (3) Top Secret Writers reported in January 2016, “some of the most incriminating evidence has been obscured and hidden from the public.”

Reuters Special Report

On June 14, 2017, (4) Reuters published a ‘special report’ on how the IARC has been left in the dark over glyphosate evidence. According to Reuters, Aaron Blair, the IARC’s epidemiologist, had seen important unpublished scientific information related to whether the weed killer glyphosate, causes cancer.

Reuters goes on to say how previously unreported court documents from the ongoing legal case against Monsanto found “no evidence of a link between glyphosate and cancer.” After viewing the documents, Blair, according to Reuters, said it would have been less likely that glyphosate would have been classed as “probably carcinogenic” by the IARC.

However, Reuters’ story about hidden information and a secretive scientist, has been condemned by some as being “flawed.”

According to (5) Food Democracy Now, the story was “flawed and misleading in a number of critical respects.” The author of the Reuters story, Kate Kelland, has a “history of cozy relations with a group partly funded by agrichemical company interests,” writes Food Democracy Now.

Food Democracy Now, which is dedicated to building sustainable food systems that protect the natural environment, also noted the timeliness of the Reuter’s report as being dubious, given that Monsanto and Roundup are in the middle of mass litigation and are under scrutiny by U.S. and European regulators.

Monsanto’s Influence on Press

The trove of Monsanto’s internal documents recently released certainly raises concerns how the company attempts to influence press reports and research related to its weed killer Roundup.
As the (6) New York Times reported:

“Documents show that Henry Miller, an academic and a vocal proponent of genetically modified crops, asked Monsanto to draft an article for him that largely mirrored one that appeared under his name on Forbes’s website in 2015. Mr Miller could not be reached for comment.”

What are your thoughts on the ongoing scandal involving Monsanto’s top-selling weed killer Roundup and the IARC? We’d love to hear our readers’ thoughts on the enduring controversy.

References & Image Credits:
(1) Sustainable Pulse
(2) Baumhed Lundlaw
(3) Top Secret Writers
(4) Reuters
(5) Food Democracy Now
(6) New York Times

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  • RJ O’Guillory

    …check out how much of that crap is in your snack food / chips that are corn -based…they are killing you with it….
    RJ O’Guillory

  • come-and-take-it

    Monsanto has been paying researchers to suppress the facts about glyphosate for years. Logically, universities and paid researchers will not allow results that damn their favorite cash cow to see the light of day. If you wish to receive that science building funding or grant for new equipment you won’t publish anything bad about mother Monsanto or her by-products. Why would labeling of GM foods be such an issue if the chemicals the research was conducted to get the plant to accept wasn’t hazardous to humans? GM anything has been engineered to not be susceptible to glyphosate. All the loving rhetoric to the contrary is simply window dressing. Monsanto cares about profit, not sustainable agriculture. He who has the gold makes the rules. Monsanto is now fighting an uphill fight because they did not get the court to make a simple ruling prohibiting publication of their internal documents used as evidence in one of the personal injury suits. Congressmen are going to get very edgy about taking Monsanto payola or contributions to their PACs. Tough s**t Monsanto, you finally stepped on your own Richard.


  • come-and-take-it

    I am going to make a point of reporting this practice (deleting comments) to the publishers who include your articles in their feeds (yes I know them, personally). You should be able to discuss your commenting guidelines and reasons for deleting comments. You are pretty weak if you can’t stand behind your actions. My comment had nothing defamatory or libelous. I know how Monsanto works and your deleting my comment is just and extension of it. I will avoid your site henceforth and encourage my Facebook friends to do likewise.

  • Sorry for the delay on this — please understand that we get a LOT of spam, and readers trying to promote their own sites on ours. I reviewed all of your comments today and approved the one you’re referring to. I know it takes us longer than most sites to approve comments — but it’s a necessary evil. We don’t pay a staff to review comments so it takes a little longer. Thanks for your understanding.

  • Harley

    It’s all about population control. They want to kill us and weed the population down to 500 million so the elites can have total control over the sheep.

    Keep eating this crap and see if you don’t get sick.

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