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July 9, 2020
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since everyone in the thread wants to talk cancer, let's move some pertinent information here: Don't confuse legal verdicts with science. Cancer is complicated.
The Environmental Protection Agency ruled last year that it was a "false claim" to say on product labels that glyphosate caused cancer. The federal government offered further support by filing a legal brief on the chemical manufacturer's behalf in its appeal of the Hardeman verdict. It said the cancer risk "does not exist" according to the E.P.A.'s assessment.
Then in January, the agency issued another interim report, which "concluded that there are no risks of concern to human health when glyphosate is used according to the label and that it is not a carcinogen."