A Farmer Dies – A Case Against Monsanto Takes Root

One of several plaintiffs in more than a dozen lawsuits that claim the active ingredient in Roundup – a chemical called glyphosate – gave them cancer, and that Monsanto has long known glyphosate poses “significant risks to human health, including a risk of causing cancer.”

The lawsuits, brought by plaintiffs in California, Florida, Missouri, Delaware, Hawaii and elsewhere over the last several months, claim Monsanto has hidden evidence, and manipulated regulators and the public into believing in the safety of glyphosate, which annually brings in about $5 billion, or a third of total sales, for the agribusiness giant. Many farmers or the one working in agricultural jobs in which they regularly were using or exposed to glyphosate. You can look for Roundup Cancer Attorneys Handling National Roundup Lawsuits to get some useful piece of information about the cancer lawsuits.

Numerous countries and public health entities including the World Health Organization and the European Union now warn that Roundup causes cancer in persons who use the herbicide for gardening, lawn care, or farming. Monsanto still insists its product is not a carcinogen. Monsanto has annual sales of $15 billion, and Roundup is the most popular herbicide in use around the world.

Roundup attorneys believe that individuals who were diagnosed with cancer after applying Roundup in their yard or as part of their occupation may be eligible to file a claim against Monsanto. These Roundup cancer lawyers are providing free case reviews nationwide.

The claims come at a critical time for Monsanto and its signature product as regulators in the United States and other countries evaluate whether or not to continue to allow glyphosate herbicides. Last year the World Health Organization’s cancer experts classified glyphosate as a probable human carcinogen. That team, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), said glyphosate shows a “positive association” for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.