The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) recently published a new report saying that glyphosate causes cancer in humans.
The report is based on more than 1,000 studies that were conducted between 1998 and 2016.
The agency concluded that the carcinogen can cause DNA damage in humans and that glyphosate, which is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, is a carcinogen.
According to IARC, glyphosate is found in the form of the active component, glyphosate-8, and its metabolites in the body.
“It is clear that glyphosate is a highly toxic chemical, which can cause long-term effects in humans,” IARC said in a press release.
“Glyphosate is not only carcinogenic, but it also causes significant developmental abnormalities and other harmful effects.
This is why it is imperative to find a safer and more effective means of managing the risks from glyphosate and other agricultural chemicals.”
Glymede is the key ingredient in many products containing glyphosate, including Roundup.
The EPA and other health agencies have long warned that glyphosate poses a significant risk to the public, and that it has caused severe adverse effects in the past.
But the IARC report shows that glyphosate and its active ingredients, which are the main chemical components of Roundup, are far more dangerous than previously thought.
The agency found that glyphosate in particular, which has been linked to birth defects, neurological disorders and birth defects in humans, has been found to cause DNA mutations.
The mutation is thought to occur in the DNA of the cell, leading to DNA damage.
While glyphosate can be absorbed by the body, it has to be metabolised by the liver, which produces more toxic chemicals.
This means it can cause cancer.
Glymefoam is an industrial process in which the chemical is combined with other ingredients to make the active ingredients of the chemical.
IARC also found that the amount of glyphosate in a product was related to the amount and type of chemical used.
Glyphosate in particular was found to be associated with a more cancer-causing effect than glyphosate-based products.IARC found that a small amount of the product contained a chemical known as 2-ethylhexylglycine (2-EHPG).
Glyphine has been shown to be a cancer-inducing agent in lab animals, and the IUCN Red List has classified glyphosate as a probable carcinogen in humans since 1988.
Growers use glyphosate as an herbicide to kill weeds and other pests.
Glygosate is also used in the process of creating Roundup products, including those used for fertiliser.GMOs are not the only products that contain glyphosate, but the report said it was not yet clear how widely it is used.
Many products contain other chemicals in the same way that glyphosate does.
It is possible that other chemicals such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), which are commonly found in organic farming practices, may also be responsible for the higher cancer risks associated with glyphosate.PAH chemicals are not listed on the IARCA’s database of chemicals, and they are not recognised as carcinogens.