Despite IARC’s finding that glyphosate is a “probable carcinogen”, CA judge rules no warning label necessary on product

Despite IARC’s finding that glyphosate is a “probable carcinogen”, CA judge rules no warning label necessary on product

In 2015, the IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) declared glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide, Roundup, a probable carcinogen. According to their report, children have been found to have the highest levels of glyphosate residues, found in urine testing.  

Despite this finding, earlier this week a ruling by a CA Federal Judge maintains that no warning label will appear to inform the public of cancer-causing and toxic chemicals in glyphosate herbicides, food, personal care, and other products. This motion supports a continuation of protection from liability and a complete lack of transparency on harmful products by manufacturers on the consumer market.

The CA judge rules that OEHHA is permitted to list glyphosate on the Prop 65 carcinogen list. However, the ruling states that manufacturers such as Monsanto and food producers are not required to provide a warning label on their products. Typically, chemicals that appear on the Prop 65 carcinogen list that contain a certain level of a carcinogenic ingredient are required to label products within a year from the listing.

Product label would read the following: “WARNING this product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.”

This motion by the judge, a temporary preliminary injunction, ceases any forthcoming labeling by manufacturers of products and foods containing glyphosate and permits them not to inform consumers of this fact. IARC’s findings show glyphosate as cancer-causing in animals and to be a probable human carcinogen.

The result is that OEHHA acknowledges glyphosate-containing products can cause cancer, but can not require the manufacturers of such products to warn consumers because it could negatively affect corporate profits.

Glyphosate is found in many products, including vaccines. Anthony Samsel, PhD analyzed vaccines for gelatin and egg protein content, which contain glyphosate residue. He analyzed vaccines from Merck, Sanofi, Glaxo-Smith Kline, Novartis, and Wyeth which include the MMR, DTAP, Hepatitis, Pneumonoccocus, Influenza, Shingles, and Chicken Pox

He also included multiple vaccines from multiple manufacturers, and multiple laboratories to ensure he was looking at more than single dose or companies vaccines. All were contaminated. 

Here are the details on his findings:


Part two of Samsel’s findings:

Science reveals ingredients more toxic than glyphosate in herbicides

Prof. Gilles-Eric Séralini from the University of Caen Normandy, France, and his colleagues Dr. Nicolas Defarge and Dr. Joël Spiroux, authors of a peer-reviewed paper show that petroleum-based compounds in herbicides are actually higher in toxicity than glyphosate. Identified substances in this paper are arsenic, chromium, cobalt, lead and nickel in pesticide formulations.  

The comparative effects of glyphosate alone and 14 of its formulations were studied by Seralini’s team. Glyphosate was clearly shown to not be the major toxic compound in the herbicide formulations – Petroleum-based compounds in the herbicide formulations were more toxic than glyphosate.

Among other problems, these substances are regarded as endocrine disruptors (substances which interfere with hormonal balance). Read more here. 

Meanwhile, chronic disease rates continue to rise. 

Autism has increased from 1 in 45 to 1 in 36, as declared by the National Health Center for Health Statistics. 

1 in 36. 80 percent of those children are boys. 

CDC report here. 

The National Health Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) released a report in November 2017 featuring the parent survey rates of developmental disabilities including autism  The report found the following: the CDC claimed the rate of autism dropped to 1 in 68  from 1 in 45 a few years back. However, NCHS data suggests CDC wasn’t accurate. They were lying all along.

“The previous 2014 survey demonstrated the rate of autism at 1 in 45 (2.24% of the U.S.  population.) In 2015, this has risen slightly to 1 in 43. This 2016 survey shows the highest rate ever recorded – 1 in 36 children (2.76%).”

1 in 36 children in America now have autism. 80 percent of them are boys.

When do we say enough is enough and demand our regulatory bodies start doing real science to confirm what hundreds of thousands of parents already know to be true: a majority of products on the consumer market are not only not nutritious but are not safe, and are inducing chronic disease in our children that is altering their behavior, brains, chemistry and DNA! 

More reading: 

Glyphosate contaminated “all natural” bread and cereals

Glyphosate probable cancer-causing agent found in all 5 major orange juice brands

When Genetic Autism is NOT Genetic

Vaccines trigger autism in genetically susceptible children

Fact: aluminum leads to neurodegenerative or autoimmune disease

Altered hormones and autism: are vaccines, herbicides and other products increasing the risk of these disorders?

Autistic Teen has 10x the amount of aluminium in brain

Vaccines do NOT cause autism

Why diet, environment, toxin exposure and lifestyle matters

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