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By March 1986, the EPA had reversed their designation of glyphosate as carcinogenic.
Monsanto still relies on the claim that one of the control group mice also had a tumor so the cause could not have been glyphosate.
The edits identified by Reuters occurred in the chapter of IARC’s review focusing on animal studies.
This chapter was important in IARC’s assessment of glyphosate, since it was in animal studies that IARC decided there was ‘sufficient’ evidence of carcinogenicity.
Monsanto’s pathologists claimed to have seen a tumor in one of the mice in the control group.
This finding cast doubt on the EPA’s original conclusion and the entire study.
However, in another memo dated February 1985, Herbert Lacayo, a statistician with the EPA’s Toxicology Branch, stated that without glyphosate exposure, the odds of tumors appearing were about 156 to 1.
Officially, the chemical glyphosate and products like Roundup do not cause cancer and are of no harm to the planet or animals.
The real peril associated with this very common predicament emerges when unjust or immoral laws are put into effect.
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They did not question the 1983 study’s structure or reported data.
EPA staff toxicologist William Dykstra, in an April 3, 1985, memo, stated unequivocally, ‘Glyphosate was oncogenic in male mice causing renal tubule adenomas, a rare tumor, in a dose-related manner.’” Agra-Technology (Monsanto for example) have contracts with farmers that prohibit farmers from using any of their crops for research In true Monsanto fashion, the company hired four pathologists to review the original tissue slides from the 1983 study.
One effect of the changes to the draft, reviewed by Reuters in a comparison with the published report, was the removal of multiple scientists’ conclusions that their studies had found no link between glyphosate and cancer in laboratory animals.” All this confusion among agencies does not help the average consumer when it comes to safety and health.