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Glyphosate Controversy
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Thu Mar 26, 2015 04:10 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- The reviews of agriculture chemicals, including glyphosate, in the United States are subject to influence from the companies who profit from the sale of those chemicals, the head of cancer monographs at the International Agency for Research on Cancer in France said in an email interview with DTN.

Dana Loomis, deputy section head of the IARC monographs and a former scientist from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, touted the independence of a working group that issued a controversial opinion last week suggesting a "probable" link between glyphosate use in agriculture and human cancers. Monographs are detailed ...

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