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"Failure to Regulate: Pesticide Data Fraud Comes Home to RoostThe US" By Carol Van Strum, Truthout | News Analysis

Thursday 30 April 2015

/user/image/articlePressePicture_591537.pngEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA) can hardly be surprised by news that Roundup and other best-selling pesticides cause cancer. The EPA originally registered atrazine, Roundup (glyphosate), 2,4-D and hundreds of other poisons based on fraudulent or nonexistent industry safety studies, their real effects concealed by the EPA and industry for 50 years. Now the fraud and lies are coming home to roost.

Want a glass of glyphosate ? This guy really said it is totally harmless...

Thursday 30 April 2015

A moment of truth by Patrick Moore....

"Scientific Publication in Peril : the Séralini Affair" by Dr Eva Novotny (SRG, UK)

Monday 27 October 2014

/user/image/articlePressePicture_677869.pngDr Eva Novotny discusses for the Scientists for Global Responsabiliyt network the controversy surrounding Pr Séralini's academic paper showing health problems in a feeding trial of a GM crop – and what it says about corporate influence in this field.

Cancer deaths double in Argentina's GMO agribusiness areas

Wednesday 3 September 2014

/user/image/articlePressePicture_000492.pngThe Ecologist, Lawrence Woodward, 24th August 2014

 

Sharply increased levels of crop spraying in Argentina's most intensively farmed areas have resulted in a public health disaster, writes Lawrence Woodward, with large increases in cancer incidence. And it's all the result of the widespread use of GMO crops engineered for herbicide resistance.

 

Reuters : "Angry mothers meet U.S. EPA over concerns with Roundup herbicide"

Wednesday 30 July 2014

/user/image/articlePressePicture_796210.pngReuters news, Carey Gillam, may 27th 2014

 

A group of mothers, scientists and environmentalists met with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulators on Tuesday over concerns that residues of Roundup, the world's most popular herbicide, had been found in breast milk.

VIDEO : Genetic Fallacy, how Monsanto Silences Scientific Dissent

Tuesday 15 July 2014

That a former Monsanto scientist should find himself in charge of a specially-created post at the very journal that published two landmark studies questioning the safety of that company's products should surprise no one who is aware of the Monsanto revolving door. This door is responsible for literally dozens of Monsanto officials, lobbyists and consultants finding themselves in positions of authority in the government bodies that are supposedly there to regulate the company and its actions.

The Examiner : "Séralini study on toxic effects of GMOs and Roundup republished"

Tuesday 8 July 2014

By Nancy Swanson, The Examiner, June 24, 2014

In an announcement made today in France, the Séralini study on the long term effects of GMOs and Roundup has been republished in the Springer open source journal Environmental Sciences Europe (ESEU, 2014, 26:14). The study by Gilles-Eric Séralini et al., Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize, was first published in the Elsevier journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT) in November of 2012. The study showed massive tumors, kidney and liver damage in rats on a genetically modified (GMO) Roundup-Ready maize diet.

Food Integrity Now Radio Show : Seralini Study Republished

Wednesday 2 July 2014

/user/image/articlePressePicture_927595.pngSeralini Study Republished: GMOs and Roundup Cause Serious Health Issues


June 26, 2014 by Carol Grieve, Food Integrity Now radio show : http://foodintegritynow.org/2014/06/26/

Food Integrity Now spoke with Prof.  Gilles-Eric Séralini, Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Caen, and the President of its scientific council of CRIIGEN (Committee For Research and Independent Information for Genetic Engineering)

Interview : “They [GMOs] make animals seriously ill”

Monday 14 April 2014
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Interview

 

Professor Gilles -Eric Séralini is a biologist at the University of Caen and author of a controversial study on the impact of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). While in Brussels, he answered our questions.